BIZENIUS arranges customized bilateral programs and on-site training programs on central banking issues mainly to improve collaboration between central banks and to contribute human resources development in central banks.
The role of central banks has grown increasingly important globally. Their role has shifted from national, micro-regulation to global, macro regulation. In some quarters, it is contended that central bankers have become the most powerful players in the global economy. As stated in The Economist: Before the financial crisis started in 2008 central bankers were often seen as backroom technocrats, unelected, unexciting men in grey suits, who adjusted interest rates to keep prices stable on the basis of widely agreed rules. Today, the suits are the same, but not much else. Central bankers have become the most powerful players in the global economy. By providing massive liquidity to the financial system, they saved the world from economic collapse in 2008.
Customized bilateral programs are designed to provide a platform for experience sharing. Experts from the Central Bank from different regions to exchange their experiences on predetermined topics. BIZENIUS organizes these programs in the forms of study visits and expert visits upon request.