Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance
May 1995, under the auspices of the central banks of D-XD4579 - Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and F-XF7988 - University of the West Indies (UWI). Became fully operational 1 Aug 1995. Evolved out of the Regional Programme of Monetary Studies (RPMS), established 1968, whose first conference was held in 1969, Port-of-Spain (Trinidad-Tobago). Original title: Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies (CCMS).
Assist policy formulation through research on monetary and financial matters; provide a forum for officials of central banks to exchange views and discuss research findings; increase efficiency and flexibility of response to emerging needs and rapidly changing environment of the region; enhance efforts in the area of central bank training and creation of an adequate and specialist regional repository of information.
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