European Bank Training Network (EBT Network)
Oct 1991. Registered in accordance with the law of Luxembourg. 1 Jan 1998, merged with U-XF2576 - International Foundation for Computer-based Education in Banking and Finance (IFCEB) to form F-XF4531 - European Banking and Financial Services Training Association (EBTN).
Assist growth an development of the European banking and financial sector; in particular, help those involved in banking training in Central and Eastern European countries.
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General Meeting; General Board, comprising 12 members; Executive Committee, consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General and Treasurer.
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