Three experts from the Bank of Slovenia hold a two-day workshop and advise colleagues from the Central Bank of Montenegro in Podgorica on how to harmonize the area of banking supervision and regulation with the requirements of the EU acquis. In the accession negotiations with the EU, the area is covered by Chapter 9: Financial services.
The two-day advisory workshop (17–18 October 2017) is carried out in the framework of the CEP’s project “Assistance to Montenegro in negotiations on accession to the EU 2017”. The workshop’s main focus is the banking supervision and regulation, in particular the methodology for banking supervision and the instructions for the supervision bodies.
The project is part of the CEP program activities financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the scope of international development cooperation.
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