This project aims to strengthen the capacity of Central Banks/Monetary Authority from certain ASEAN member states to implement strategies and plans to achieve the objectives of financial integration under the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). The project comprises a series of customised learning programmes for BCLMV following the ASEAN Banking Integration Framework Learning Roadmap (ALR) namely: (i) Layer 1: Fundamentals of Financial Markets which set the foundation that banks operate in a bigger environment; (ii) Layer 2: Business of Banking to know the risks and contemporaneous issues faced by banks; (iii) Layer 3: Banking, Business Lines and Interaction with Other Sub-Markets to understand the implication that banks interact with other financial sub-markets; and (iv) Layer 4: Systemic Risk and Financial Stability to appreciate the key consequences of regional integration and systemic risk. In 2016, the four training programmes were conducted in collaboration with the South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). This project concluded in November 2016.
This project follows from the Capacity Building for ASEAN Financial Integration Framework project that concluded in 2014. For more information, please contact Financial Integration Division of the ASEAN Secretariat.