During Winter 2021 we have been exceptionally busy with Suptech Training and Events for central banks and financial authorities.

In February and March, we hosted the inaugural “Harnessing the Power of Suptech” Training Series – and very much enjoyed facilitating the engaging and thought-provoking discussions with 100+ delegates and guest speakers. In response to popular demand, we are going to announce the launch of the second edition very soon. You can register your interest by completing the form below – or by contacting our Suptech Lead, Adam Csabay.

During the second week of March, our Founder & CEO, Kimmo Soramäki and National Security Solutions Director, Brandon Smith, spoke at the 2021 edition of the Windsor Training Series hosted by Central Banking Publications. As always, CBP organized a great event – and we look forward to continuing our collaboration.

On 30 March, Kimmo was invited to deliver a keynote session at the SEACEN Centre’s Seminar on “How to Use Payments Data in Supervisory Analysis” and share FNA’s work, experience and expertise in this field. We are grateful to Glenn Tasky and his colleagues for organizing an event dedicated to this extremely important topic – and look forward to supporting even more central banks in their projects.

If you’d like to learn more about our Suptech capabilities, visit our Suptech solutions or get in touch with Adam Csabay.

Register your interest for the second edition of our Suptech Training Series.

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