Limited space still available: Women’s World Banking’ leadership program for regulators

Applications are open for the Leadership and Diversity Program for Regulators taught by Women’s World Banking and faculty from Oxford University’s Saïd Business School and limited space is still available to accommodate more participants. 

This global leadership program for is for senior officials from central banks and other regulatory agencies and high-potential women from their respective institutions.  Each senior official will identify a gender-inclusive policy initiative and will work with the high-potential woman leader from their institution to implement it, while supporting her professional development during and after the program.  The curriculum will focus on policy development and leadership competencies to support the advancement of the policy initiative.   

Applicant criteria are: Governors, Deputy Governors and Senior Officials (male or female) from central banks and other financial regulatory agencies (e.g. banking, insurance, microfinance, pensions, etc.) in emerging markets.

Applicants should be part of the executive/senior management team or lead a regulatory division and have a commitment to developing gender-inclusive policy. High-potential women leaders do not need to submit an application. Nominees will be confirmed by the senior official following acceptance into the program.

Dates:
Virtual learning from February to September 2019
April 1-5, 2019: in-person session at Saïd Business School, UK

Cost: 
Non-AFI members: USD 8,500
AFI members: USD 6,000

Program fee includes tuition and course materials for two (2) participants per institution (senior official and high-potential woman leader participant). Visit their website or download the program brochure to learn more.