After a successful couple of years at UC Berkeley, the World Gold Council is bringing its flagship Executive Programme in Reserve Asset Management to the University of Cambridge in 2016 on September 23 at, University of Cambridge Judge Business School, Cambridge.
This year, the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and the World Gold Council will host the 2016 programme in world famous Cambridge surroundings. The programme will include a debate at the Cambridge Union Society, a networking dinner in the idyllic Queen's College and a closing lunch at the UK Parliament in London.
The Executive Programme in Gold Reserves Management is the World Gold Council’s flagship training programme for central bankers and finance ministry officials from around the world. The event is to be led by distinguished scholars from Cambridge, experts from the World Gold Council, leading gold industry insiders, and policymakers from both central banks and international institutions.
The Executive Programme covers three groups of topics: 1: gold market fundamentals, 2: technical aspects of holding and trading gold, and 3: portfolio management and optimisation. The programme also acts as a global forum for central bankers and ministry officials throughout the world to exchange views and share best practices in gold reserve management.