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Incisive Media serves professional business markets, delivering high-quality, timely information to our communities as quickly as possible, in the format our readers want it, when they need it. Our objective is to provide them with information, events and services that make them more effective in their jobs. We aim to put ourselves at the heart of those markets, meeting their information needs with creative solutions, digitally or in person, that deliver authoritative and engaging content. We organise our business into two divisions, Incisive Business and Incisive Insight.

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Central Banking

Central banks are the fulcrum of financial markets. Their decisions on interest rates, exchange rates, credit creation and regulation cascade through markets impacting banks, individuals and the economy as a whole. Since 1990, Central Banking Publications (CBP) has served this specialist community and its related professionals in more than 140 countries. CBP’s founding mission was to help forge a common central banking community at a time when many new central banks were entering or re-entering the global economy. This mission endures and we strive for global coverage through dedicated reporting, informed analysis and comment, and practical perspectives on the most important issues facing central banks and central bankers. It has a portfolio of events from training courses/seminars in Cambridge and Windsor to quarterly public conferences on four continents to specialised high-level roundtables providing opportunities for in-depth discussion of the most pressing policy questions.

Central Banking Journal

Central Banking Journal and centralbanking.com provide informed global coverage, comment and analysis for the central banking community. We publish features, host live and interactive webinars with leading central bankers and academics, and report on their insights into industry figures and debates. It provides a platform for practical perspectives on important central banking issues and for dissenting views on prevailing policy orthodoxy. The journal plays an active part in the debate about the future of central banking and the future of the international monetary system. The journal is supported by a prestigious advisory board chaired by Robert Pringle, and whose members include a Nobel-prize-winning economist and former governors of central banks. With more than 40,000 articles in our archive, you can easily track the developments of the central banking industry over time, or research particular events in central bank history.
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Central Banking Books

Central Banking Books publishes a range of handbooks, directories and research studies for central bankers, financial market regulators and supervisors, and their respective communities of stakeholders. Central Banking Books has published 90 titles over the past 25 years. The mission has been to provide titles that would be useful to central banking professionals; titles that speak to the broad array of practical and policy disciplines within it.

Central Banking Books are written and edited by leading central bankers, professionals and academics, with serving and former governors among our contributors, in concert with in-house Central Banking editorial staff. Each year publications include the Central Bank Directory, Directory of Financial Regulators and Reserve Management Trends.
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Central Banking Events

Central Banking runs training seminars, conferences, roundtables and study groups across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Americas and Asia. Residential training courses and seminars form the premier forum for decision makers from official sector wealth, reserves and savings funds to examine the implications of current market stresses on investment strategy, asset allocation, risk management and market engagement.

The annual CBP Central Bank Working Group Roundtable allows senior policy makers and managers to discuss the most pressing concerns facing central banks in the areas of governance, risk management and financial reporting.

Central Banking ON AIR hosts live online debates as well as on-demand policy forums for the official sector on the latest debated issues of the industry.
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Central Banking

Central banks are the fulcrum of financial markets. Their decisions on interest rates, exchange rates, credit creation and regulation cascade through markets impacting banks, individuals and the economy as a whole. Since 1990, Central Banking Publications (CBP) has served this specialist community and its related professionals in more than 140 countries. CBP’s founding mission was to help forge a common central banking community at a time when many new central banks were entering or re-entering the global economy. This mission endures and we strive for global coverage through dedicated reporting, informed analysis and comment, and practical perspectives on the most important issues facing central banks and central bankers. It has a portfolio of events from training courses/seminars in Cambridge and Windsor to quarterly public conferences on four continents to specialised high-level roundtables providing opportunities for in-depth discussion of the most pressing policy questions.

Central Banking Journal

Central Banking Journal and centralbanking.com provide informed global coverage, comment and analysis for the central banking community. We publish features, host live and interactive webinars with leading central bankers and academics, and report on their insights into industry figures and debates. It provides a platform for practical perspectives on important central banking issues and for dissenting views on prevailing policy orthodoxy. The journal plays an active part in the debate about the future of central banking and the future of the international monetary system. The journal is supported by a prestigious advisory board chaired by Robert Pringle, and whose members include a Nobel-prize-winning economist and former governors of central banks. With more than 40,000 articles in our archive, you can easily track the developments of the central banking industry over time, or research particular events in central bank history.
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Central Banking Books

Central Banking Books publishes a range of handbooks, directories and research studies for central bankers, financial market regulators and supervisors, and their respective communities of stakeholders. Central Banking Books has published 90 titles over the past 25 years. The mission has been to provide titles that would be useful to central banking professionals; titles that speak to the broad array of practical and policy disciplines within it.

Central Banking Books are written and edited by leading central bankers, professionals and academics, with serving and former governors among our contributors, in concert with in-house Central Banking editorial staff. Each year publications include the Central Bank Directory, Directory of Financial Regulators and Reserve Management Trends.
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Central Banking Events

Central Banking runs training seminars, conferences, roundtables and study groups across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Americas and Asia. Residential training courses and seminars form the premier forum for decision makers from official sector wealth, reserves and savings funds to examine the implications of current market stresses on investment strategy, asset allocation, risk management and market engagement.

The annual CBP Central Bank Working Group Roundtable allows senior policy makers and managers to discuss the most pressing concerns facing central banks in the areas of governance, risk management and financial reporting.

Central Banking ON AIR hosts live online debates as well as on-demand policy forums for the official sector on the latest debated issues of the industry.
SEE MORE

Central Banking

Central banks are the fulcrum of financial markets. Their decisions on interest rates, exchange rates, credit creation and regulation cascade through markets impacting banks, individuals and the economy as a whole. Since 1990, Central Banking Publications (CBP) has served this specialist community and its related professionals in more than 140 countries. CBP’s founding mission was to help forge a common central banking community at a time when many new central banks were entering or re-entering the global economy. This mission endures and we strive for global coverage through dedicated reporting, informed analysis and comment, and practical perspectives on the most important issues facing central banks and central bankers. It has a portfolio of events from training courses/seminars in Cambridge and Windsor to quarterly public conferences on four continents to specialised high-level roundtables providing opportunities for in-depth discussion of the most pressing policy questions.

Central Banking Journal

Central Banking Journal and centralbanking.com provide informed global coverage, comment and analysis for the central banking community. We publish features, host live and interactive webinars with leading central bankers and academics, and report on their insights into industry figures and debates. It provides a platform for practical perspectives on important central banking issues and for dissenting views on prevailing policy orthodoxy. The journal plays an active part in the debate about the future of central banking and the future of the international monetary system. The journal is supported by a prestigious advisory board chaired by Robert Pringle, and whose members include a Nobel-prize-winning economist and former governors of central banks. With more than 40,000 articles in our archive, you can easily track the developments of the central banking industry over time, or research particular events in central bank history.
SEE MORE

Central Banking Books

Central Banking Books publishes a range of handbooks, directories and research studies for central bankers, financial market regulators and supervisors, and their respective communities of stakeholders. Central Banking Books has published 90 titles over the past 25 years. The mission has been to provide titles that would be useful to central banking professionals; titles that speak to the broad array of practical and policy disciplines within it.

Central Banking Books are written and edited by leading central bankers, professionals and academics, with serving and former governors among our contributors, in concert with in-house Central Banking editorial staff. Each year publications include the Central Bank Directory, Directory of Financial Regulators and Reserve Management Trends.
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Central Banking Events

Central Banking runs training seminars, conferences, roundtables and study groups across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Americas and Asia. Residential training courses and seminars form the premier forum for decision makers from official sector wealth, reserves and savings funds to examine the implications of current market stresses on investment strategy, asset allocation, risk management and market engagement.

The annual CBP Central Bank Working Group Roundtable allows senior policy makers and managers to discuss the most pressing concerns facing central banks in the areas of governance, risk management and financial reporting.

Central Banking ON AIR hosts live online debates as well as on-demand policy forums for the official sector on the latest debated issues of the industry.
SEE MORE

Central Banking

Central banks are the fulcrum of financial markets. Their decisions on interest rates, exchange rates, credit creation and regulation cascade through markets impacting banks, individuals and the economy as a whole. Since 1990, Central Banking Publications (CBP) has served this specialist community and its related professionals in more than 140 countries. CBP’s founding mission was to help forge a common central banking community at a time when many new central banks were entering or re-entering the global economy. This mission endures and we strive for global coverage through dedicated reporting, informed analysis and comment, and practical perspectives on the most important issues facing central banks and central bankers. It has a portfolio of events from training courses/seminars in Cambridge and Windsor to quarterly public conferences on four continents to specialised high-level roundtables providing opportunities for in-depth discussion of the most pressing policy questions.

Central Banking Journal

Central Banking Journal and centralbanking.com provide informed global coverage, comment and analysis for the central banking community. We publish features, host live and interactive webinars with leading central bankers and academics, and report on their insights into industry figures and debates. It provides a platform for practical perspectives on important central banking issues and for dissenting views on prevailing policy orthodoxy. The journal plays an active part in the debate about the future of central banking and the future of the international monetary system. The journal is supported by a prestigious advisory board chaired by Robert Pringle, and whose members include a Nobel-prize-winning economist and former governors of central banks. With more than 40,000 articles in our archive, you can easily track the developments of the central banking industry over time, or research particular events in central bank history.
SEE MORE

Central Banking Books

Central Banking Books publishes a range of handbooks, directories and research studies for central bankers, financial market regulators and supervisors, and their respective communities of stakeholders. Central Banking Books has published 90 titles over the past 25 years. The mission has been to provide titles that would be useful to central banking professionals; titles that speak to the broad array of practical and policy disciplines within it.

Central Banking Books are written and edited by leading central bankers, professionals and academics, with serving and former governors among our contributors, in concert with in-house Central Banking editorial staff. Each year publications include the Central Bank Directory, Directory of Financial Regulators and Reserve Management Trends.
SEE MORE

Central Banking Events

Central Banking runs training seminars, conferences, roundtables and study groups across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Americas and Asia. Residential training courses and seminars form the premier forum for decision makers from official sector wealth, reserves and savings funds to examine the implications of current market stresses on investment strategy, asset allocation, risk management and market engagement.

The annual CBP Central Bank Working Group Roundtable allows senior policy makers and managers to discuss the most pressing concerns facing central banks in the areas of governance, risk management and financial reporting.

Central Banking ON AIR hosts live online debates as well as on-demand policy forums for the official sector on the latest debated issues of the industry.
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