The date for this course has changed from 13-17 Feb 2017 to 27 Feb - 3 Mar 2017
Summary: The fundamental Course will provide coverage on important PSS in SEACEN member countries with detailed understanding of each PSS (including current state-of-the art PSS technology), critical roles of central banks in the PSS, risk management, principles of Financial Market Infrastructures (FMIs), PSS oversights, and policy issues. Junior officers or technical staff, with at 1 – 2 years working experience on PSS operations, policy/regulation, oversights and/or risk management, or IT supervision. Participants should have some basic knowledge of payment and settlement concepts and operations.
Objectives: At the end of the Course, participants will be able to: (1) Explain critical roles of PSS in safeguarding monetary and financial stability; 2) Describe detailed operations of large value and retail PSS; 3) Identify risks in PSS and mitigation tools/strategies; 4) Explain rationales of international standards; 5) Explain the roles of central banks’ PSS oversights.
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