Twinning Event in Chisinau - 30 May 2017

Allevo was one of the proud participants at the closing event of the Twinning project “Strengthening the National Bank of Moldova’s capacity in the field of banking regulation and supervision in the context of EU requirements”.

According to the information published by the National Bank of Moldova on their website, this project was launched on June 30th 2015 and has now reached the end of its 2-year implementation period. On this journey, the National Bank of Moldova had the full support of a consortium consisting of the National Bank of Romania and De Nederlansche Bank.

The official closing event dedicated to the Twinning project was held on May 30th 2017 in Chisinau, and gathered high-ranking dignitaries, ambassadors of the European Union, official representatives from the National Bank of Moldova, the National Bank of Romania, as well as numerous experts from the banking community.

Not long ago, a similar event took place in Bucharest, and recent findings showed that the project implemented by the National Bank of Moldova led to pretty conclusive results.

During these 24 months of technical support, a number of 56 activities took place, involving 48 experts from the National Bank of Romania and De Nederlansche Bank. These activities encompassed 665 working days and 106 missions in the Republic of Moldova, Romania and the Netherlands, gathering 50 experts from the National Bank of Moldova, 11 banks, and over 100 representatives from the banking community.

Major results were obtained by employee training, exchange of experience with foreign experts, impact studies, as well as other evaluations.

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