JVI Alumni Interviews

Veronica Chicu

“Experience sharing and learning from other countries’ examples is very important and helpful in improving the quality of our statistics. With face-to-face learning, the JVI becomes not only an intermediary in this exchange of experience between peers, but at the same time brings with the IMF presenters to this hands-on experience also a strong theoretical and methodological component.”

Ms. Veronica Chicu, National Bank of Moldova
IMF/STA course on Compilation of Balance of Payments Statistics. January 28 – February 8, 2019

Jelena Sarovic

“The course examined the issues that central banks face recently, macro-prudential stress tests, experience gained during the crisis and stress tests within the EU. It presented various econometric models used in the implementation of stress tests which is important for improving existing knowledge in this field. Lecturers were knowledgeable and dealt with issues related to creation, analysis and legal framework for maintaining the solvency stress tests.”

Ms. Jelena Sarovic, National Bank of Serbia
OeNB course on Financial Stability and Supervisory Stress Testing for Banking Systems. January 14-17, 2019

Krunoslav Šimatović

“I liked meeting international peers at the EBRD training and being able to share ideas and practical experience with them. Well-structured content and experienced lecturers helped participants to interact and take away a good experience, especially noting the awareness of the evolving role of a chief financial officer as well as the leadership impact within an organization.”

Mr. Krunoslav Šimatović, Croatia
EBRD Management Training for Chief Financial Officers

Elena Laura

“The EBRD course gave me a better understanding of the current and potential risks, such as price variations, currency and interest rate, and how to mitigate them. Also, it enabled me to reconsider my leadership and communication styles in order to engage more with my working colleagues on common issues.”

Ms. Elena Laura Ciubotaru, Romania
EBRD Management Training for Chief Financial Officers

Vesna Plaznik

“We learned at the Residential Property Price Indices course about several methods of calculating indices, how to compare them, and most useful – how to interpret the results. The theory was well-reasoned and supported by practical examples from real situations, which will definitively help me in my future work.”

Ms. Vesna Plaznik, Statistical Office of Slovenia
IMF course on Residential Property Price Indices

Radek Schejbal

“I appreciated variety of lecturers giving an international overview on topics relevant for my daily work, as well as networking and sharing of experience. Especially useful for me was a presentation about the Austrian National Bank and ECB top-down solvency stress testing tool, as well as more technical on contagion models.”

Mr. Radek Schejbal, Czech National Bank
OeNB course on Financial Stability and Supervisory Stress Testing. January 14-17, 2019

Tatiana Scoarta

“The course on Residential Property Price Indices (RPPIs) provided practical guidance on methods for compiling RPPIs based available data and country-specific characteristics. Learning and networking encourages participants to exchange experiences, which can give valuable insights into what can eventually be implemented.”

Ms. Tatiana Scoarta, National Bank of Moldova
IMF course on Residential Property Price Indices. IMF Course on Financial Sector Surveillance

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