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Cancelled - Monetary and Financial Statistics - Advanced (MFS-A)

Cancelled

Session No.: JV 20.13

Location: Vienna, Austria

Date: March 16-27, 2020 (2 weeks)

Primary Language: English

Interpretation Language: Russian

    Target Audience

    Central bank officials responsible for compiling monetary statistics.
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    Qualifications

    Participants are expected to have a degree in economics or statistics, or equivalent experience. Previous completion of the Monetary and Financial Statistics - Introductory (MFS-I) course is recommended.
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    Course Description

    This course, presented by the Statistics Department, introduces the fundamentals of compiling monetary statistics, with special attention to other financial corporations (OFCs). It also gives an overview of financial statistics and national accounts. The course material is based on the Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual and Compilation Guide (MFSMCG). Although the course summarizes the main principles underlying the compilation of monetary statistics, it assumes participants already understand these principles (e.g., having participated in the MFS-I course). The core of the course deals with characteristics of various OFCs (insurance corporations, pension funds, non-MMF investment funds, etc.), their typical balance sheet structure, and their role in the financial sector. The course also covers some aspects of financial statistics, dealing with financial flows and stocks of all sectors of the domestic economy and their interactions with the rest of the world; the balance sheet approach to vulnerability analysis; and the relationships between monetary, balance of payments, government finance, and national accounts statistics. The course consists of lectures and case studies to familiarize participants with practical aspects of compiling monetary statistics for OFCs and the basic principles underlying the compilation of national accounts. At the end of the course, participants are expected to make a short presentation on monetary statistics compilation issues in their own countries.
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    Course Objectives

    Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: Describe the role of OFCs in the financial sector and the related implications of data collection for monetary statistics purposes. Distinguish between different types of OFCs. Compile OFC monetary statistics according to IMF standardized report form 4SR for OFCs. Apply the main principles of financial statistics and national accounts.
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