MNB Hosts Meeting Strengthening W. Balkan Central Bank Capacities

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The National Bank of Hungary (MNB) hosted the third meeting of coordinators of a European Union-funded program to strengthen the capacities of central banks in the Western Balkans on March 23, the MNB said in a release on its website this week.

The program, dubbed "Strengthening the Central Bank Capacities in the Western Balkans with a view to the integration to the European System of Central Banks," aims to enhance the analytical and policy tools of central banks in the region with the transfer of best international practices.

The beneficiaries of the program are the Bank of Albania, the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Banking Agency of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Banking Agency of Republika Srpska, the Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo, the Central Bank of Montenegro, the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia and the National Bank of Serbia.

The program is the follow-up to a similar initiative coordinated by the Deutsche Bundesbank, with the contribution of the European Central Bank, completed in 2021.

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