Superintendency of Banks launches SB School

  1. The Superintendency of Banks presented this Monday the SB School, an academic space with a specialized offer on topics related to the financial sector.

The initiative is designed to provide training opportunities free of charge, which can be used by professionals of the supervised entities, users, members of the institution and anyone interested in the topics covered.

Classes will be offered in face-to-face, virtual and hybrid modalities. The programs address topics such as financial education, supervision of financial institutions, regulation and innovation, management and professional development, among others.

On the website escuela.sb.gob.do, those interested can explore the training offerings and register.

“We started this project with great enthusiasm, because of the opportunity it represents to expand our contributions to the financial system, in this case through the training and updating of its human capital,” said the Superintendent of Banks, Alejandro Fernández W., during the inauguration ceremony of the SB School.

In this way, the supervisory body makes a valuable contribution to society, supporting the specialization and updating of professionals in the financial ecosystem.

The launching of the SB School took place during the course on “Consolidated Supervision and Risk Integration”, organized by the Association of Supervisors of Banks of the Americas (ASBA) and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve of the United States, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Santo Domingo.

The event was attended by representatives from 10 countries and other sector institutions, such as the Central Bank and the Superintendencies of Pensions, Securities and Insurance. Also present were Nancy Vallejo, representative of the ASBA, Nestor Lim and Terry Muckleros, on behalf of the Federal Reserve.

With the new academic platform, the SB organizes under the same umbrella all the educational efforts it drives from different areas, promoting regulatory compliance and good performance in the financial system.

Source:presidencia.gob.do

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