The SEACEN Centre Joins Asia – GPS as Association Partner
We are pleased to announce our partnership with the South East Asia Central Banks (SEACEN) Centre, acting as an association partner for the 7th edition of the Asia Global Payment Summit (GPS). We are grateful for their commitment and support!
Since its inception in the early 1980s, The SEACEN Centre has established a unique regional position in serving its membership of 19 central banks and monetary authorities in the Asia-Pacific region through its learning programmes, research work, and networking and collaboration platforms – such as high-level conferences and policy summits — for capability building in central banking knowledge. Starting out as a project of ASEAN, over the years SEACEN’s stakeholder space has expanded to include not only its 19 members, but also 16 associate members and observers, which are invited for the Centre’s learning programmes. To carry out its mission as the regional learning and research hub, SEACEN has forged strategic partnerships with many prestigious organizations, including the U.S. Federal Reserve, the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the European Central Bank, the Deutsche Bundesbank, the Bank for International Settlements, the Financial Stability Institute, and the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructure.
Our Asia GPS is a part of a series of 3 consecutive events, which also includes:
- The SEACEN-FSI Course on FinTech Regulation (7 – 9 October)
- SEACEN Sessions on Virtual Currencies (10 October)
Take advantage of the synergies, join us in Bali, October 10-11th and take part in the expert discussions/ debate in the payments space https://bit.ly/2MJ6Ni0