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Financial Sector Transformation in Small Open Economies: what role for central banks?

Hosted by South East Europe Research Unit and the Institute of Global Affairs

Vera Anstey Room, Old Building

Speaker

Gent Sejko

Gent Sejko

Governor, Bank of Albania

Chair

Erik Berglof

Erik Berglof

Director, Institute of Global Affairs

Gent Sejko, Governor of the Bank of Albania, discusses the dramatic transformation of the banking systems of small open economies of South East Europe in the wake of the global financial crisis and as they prepare to join the European Union.

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