The conferences of the Centre can be grouped into three categories each of which form a series and recur at regular intervals:
1) A series of conferences held at central banks across Europe, convened by the Centre and hosted by the central banks. The topics of past meetings have been: Policy Formulation in Interdependent Markets; Policy Coordination in an Integrated Europe; Foreign Exchange, Capital Markets and European Monetary Union; and Developments in Global Capital Markets: Opportunities and Prospects.
2) A series of one-day/half-day conferences held in conjunction with commercial banks. Previous conferences in this category have been: Financial Markets; Treasury and Debt Management; Asset Allocation in European Bond Markets; and Payment Systems. Amongst the commercial banks who have participated: UBS, ING, Intesa SanPaolo, HSBC, ABN Amro, Bank Austria, Banque et Caisse d'Epargne de l'Etat Luxembourg, Banque Paribas and Paine Webber, as well as many others.
3) The International Symposiums on Econominc Modelling. These conferences are designed to have a fairly broad theme and present recent advances in all aspects of economic modelling. It is intended that the symposiums should act as a forum for new developments in different aspects of economic modelling. Among the Keynote speakers for the economic modelling symposiums have been professors Albert Ando, Arnold Zellner, Robert Pindyck, and Lawrence Klein.