Governors of Baltic central banks to meet in Tallinn
During an informal meeting held in Tallinn today, the governors of the Baltic central banks will discuss, among other things, the regional economic outlook, challenges in the labour market, AML/CFT measures, and monetary policy-related issues.
Vitas Vasiliauskas, Chairman of the Board of the Bank of Lithuania, will share the central bank’s experience in creating a FinTech-conducive regulatory environment as well as building close and trust-based relationships with financial market participants under its supervision.
The informal annual meetings of the governors of the Baltic central banks are held on rotation in each of the Baltic States – Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia – to share views on topical issues and discuss further cooperation possibilities. Last year the meeting was held in Kaunas.