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ECCB holds Media Practitioners workshop via teleconference

Members of the Montserrat media

Members of the Montserrat media participated in an East Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) Economic and Financial Workshop for Media Practitioners on June 28, 2011.

The objectives of workshop were intentioned to guide media practitioners towards: Promoting a better understanding and appreciation of the operation of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and its role in the development of the Easter Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU), and Building a foundation of economic and financial knowledge upon which they can draw as they communicate these complex issues to their readers.

The intense four-hour session which was conducted teleconference style, covered four topics: The ECCB, its role, functions and operations; 2. The ECCU foreign reserves and their connection to the stability of the EC Currency as well as economic and financial stability; and 3. The financial stability and regulation and supervision in the ECCU.

The workshop was conducted from the ECCB headquarters in St. Kitts in an interactive manner, with each island of journalists participating in the workshop gathered at the ECCB agency office. They were Anguilla, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat.

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Members of the Montserrat media

Members of the Montserrat media participated in an East Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) Economic and Financial Workshop for Media Practitioners on June 28, 2011.

The objectives of workshop were intentioned to guide media practitioners towards: Promoting a better understanding and appreciation of the operation of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and its role in the development of the Easter Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU), and Building a foundation of economic and financial knowledge upon which they can draw as they communicate these complex issues to their readers.

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The intense four-hour session which was conducted teleconference style, covered four topics: The ECCB, its role, functions and operations; 2. The ECCU foreign reserves and their connection to the stability of the EC Currency as well as economic and financial stability; and 3. The financial stability and regulation and supervision in the ECCU.

The workshop was conducted from the ECCB headquarters in St. Kitts in an interactive manner, with each island of journalists participating in the workshop gathered at the ECCB agency office. They were Anguilla, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat.