Central Banking Awards
The Central Banking Awards recognise the outstanding performance and achievements of individuals and organisations within the central banking community.
Recognising excellence in the central banking community
Central Banking Awards 2024
The workload of central bankers was intense during the past year, as officials strove to address core policy and operational challenges linked to sticky inflation and financial stability stresses. Despite these pressures, central banks have continued work on important strategic reviews and transformation programmes, while striving to harness and tackle technological, governance and climate-related challenges, often in the face of tight budget constraints.
Much of the vital work carried out by public policy-makers and by their key partners (including advisory firms, banknotes service providers, financial institutions, payments and market infrastructure providers, and technology companies) assisting them, is largely not recognised. The Central Banking Awards were set up to redress the balance – to highlight the outstanding performance and achievements of individuals and organisations within the entire central banking community.
The awards recognise:
- Extraordinary examples of public service
- Commitment to fulfil core mandated objectives
- Pioneering activities in the central banking community
- Best practice in policy, governance, economics, digitalisation, infrastructure and management
- Innovative and best practice in the provision of operational, technological, financial and advisory services
The Award winners and an article detailing their winning entry will be published in March 2024, with winners recognised during an in-person dinner at the Central Banking Summer Meetings in London on June 12.