JVI Alumni Quotes

Admir Dzaferovic

February 10, 2021

„The course was well-structured and clearly delivered. The practical aspect of the topics was particularly helpful. All participants had a chance and were encouraged to reflect their views on current issues and contribute to the discussion with top-notch lecturers. The course definitely gave me a foundation to dive deeper into EU legislation and further develop my knowledge. Altogether, worthy experience and highly recommended course. Thumbs up to JVI stuff for excellent organisation and remarkable technical support.“ Mr. Admir Dzaferovic Banking Agency of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Virtual course on Banking Supervision within the Basel Framework,  January 18-22, 2021 

Maya Haran Rosen

February 09, 2021

I attended the JVI "Financial Inclusion" virtual training on January 2021. The course provided knowledge on the main indices for financial inclusion, why they matter, presented growing areas of interest in the field, and what are the basic actions needed to facilitate financial inclusion.  The lecturers where excellent, providing knowledge at the highest degree, as well as stirring an active conversation on each topic, allowing to thoroughly explore these topics in a pleasant and friendly environment.  The course surpassed my expectations and I would recommend it to anyone who is working in these fields, whether she wants to build her knowledge or widen it. Maya Haran Rosen, Bank of Israel Virtual course on Financial Inclusion, 25-29 January 2021

Orman Abdinov

February 02, 2021

Attending the JVI virtual course on the Financial Inclusion was a great opportunity to improve my knowledge regarding development of financial technology payment, financial inclusion and peer-to-peer lending, microfinance and SME financing, financial education and capability etc. In addition, the lectures and hands-on workshops were very enlightening, because they covered both theoretical and practical aspects of financial inclusion. I avail myself of this opportunity to appreciate all JVI team for organizing such an informative and fruitful course for the participants. Orman Abdinov Ministry of Economy  Azerbaijan Virtual course on Financial Inclusion25-29 January, 2021

Jacek Bialek

January 19, 2021

The virtual Crisis Course has significantly expanded my understanding of the causes and consequences of economic crises, while also offering a comprehensive perspective on the various policy approaches aimed at dealing with crisis-related challenges.  I am more than convinced that the knowledge I gained in the two weeks of this course will greatly benefit my performance on professional assignments.   Mr. Jacek BIALEK, Ministry of Finance, Funds and Regional Policy, Poland Austrian Authorities Virtual Crisis Course: Past and Current Crises and Future Challenges November 9-20, 2020

Vytenis Čpinys

January 19, 2021

The course has allowed me to look at the currently pressing crisis phenomena from fiscal as well as monetary policy perspectives. The course has also offered deeper dive-ins into the economic crises of the past, not forgetting to outline key trends that will shape the future.  Mr. Vytenis ČIPINYS, Bank of Lithuania Austrian Authorities Virtual Crisis Course: Past and Current Crises and Future Challenges November 9-20, 2020

Karine Hambaryan

January 19, 2021

Crisis Course: Past and Current Crises and Future Challenges presents a holistic approach to understanding of crises and their implications. Since the global financial crisis, it has become apparent that no countries, even the most advanced, are immune to crises. The course is well structured and covers various aspects of crises along with financial stability and crisis management challenges. From a general understanding of crisis history and involvement of fiscal and monetary authorities, we gradually fill in the details of political, humanitarian and social policies, even global climate change aspects of the crises.  I really appreciate the way the course was organized – it included highly interactive panel discussions, lectures and participant presentations.  Ms. Karine HAMBARYAN, Central Bank of Armenia Austrian Authorities Virtual Crisis Course: Past and Current Crises and Future Challenges November 9-20, 2020

Soana Jaupllari

January 19, 2021

This is a very interesting subject that was covered in a well-structured course, giving significant background information to understand these types of crises (from past and current events) and providing the lessons to be learned. Professors and experts combined the knowledge and teaching skills that really made the difference. I also got a lot of value from the interactions with the other participants. The wide range of topics covered in this course was really helpful to see the big picture, from different perspectives, based on experience, sharing with and learning from other countries. This course not only provides basic theories of economics of crises, but it also gave me many practical examples that I can apply in my future lectures at the University of Tirana and also in my research work. Thanking the administration for the excellent organization of this virtual training, I highly recommend this course to future participants.  Ms. Soana JAUPLLARI, University of Tirana, Albania  Austrian Authorities Virtual Crisis Course: Past and Current Crises and Future Challenges November 9-20, 2020

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