The Executive Program in Gold Reserves Management

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Overview

The Executive Program in Gold Reserves Management is a joint initiative between The UC Berkeley Center for Executive Education and the World Gold Council. Led by distinguished faculty from UC Berkeley and experts from the World Gold Council, this program will lead central bankers and finance ministry officials through an intensive four-day program that will equip each participant with the skills necessary to return home as an expert in the management of gold reserves.

This timely program is designed to instill central bank executives with powerful frameworks for analyzing this very unique asset class.

As central banks collectively hold $1.7 trillion in gold reserves, it is essential that central bank executives understand  the underpinnings of the global gold market.

After this program, executives will have the fundamental, portfolio, and technical know-how in gold to support informed analysis and policy decision making in their reserve portfolios.

Dates and Registration

Apr 28, 2014 - May 2, 2014
Location: Berkeley, CA
Please contact our program consultant:
Fee: $4,500  
*Includes four nights accommodation and meals during the program

Faculty

Martin Lettau
Faculty Director
Professor of Finance and Chair of the Berkeley-Haas Finance Faculty
Barry Eichengreen
Professor of Political Science and Economics
Maurice Obstfeld
Professor of Economics