Central Banking Awards

Hosted by Central Banking, the Central Banking Awards recognise the outstanding performance and achievements of individuals and organisations within the central banking community.

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Central Banking Awards 2020/2021


Entries close: September 21, 2020
 

13 October 2020
2020-10-13 08:00:00 +0100

Recognising excellence in the central banking community

The workload of central banker hit a new peak during the past year as officials scrambled to respond to the policy and operational issues – external and internal – presented by the Covid-19 pandemic. At the same time, central banks continued work on vital initiatives, such as strategic reviews and transformation programmes as well as efforts to address climate-related and technological challenges, often in the face of tight budget constraints and operational challenges.

Yet much of the vital work carried out by public policymakers and those assisting them is not recognised.

The Central Banking Awards were set up to redress the balance – to highlight the outstanding performance and achievements of individuals and organisations within the central banking community.

The awards recognise:

  • Extraordinary examples of public service
  • Pioneering activities in the central banking community
  • Best practice in policy, governance, economics, infrastructure and management
  • Innovative and best practice in service provisions by market practitioners

Details of the award winners will be published in early 2021, with winners presented with their award at the annual Central Banking Awards gala dinner later in 2021.