During 2023-2026 the Center will receive €1.5m in funding from the European Commission’s Recovery and Resilience Facility to carry out a project to strengthen knowledge and research capacity in the areas of financial regulation, anti-money laundering, fintech, and sectoral analysis.
As part of the project, the Center will:
● Create 6 academic study modules on fintech & financial regulation based on the best global course materials, train faculty from universities across Latvia, and deliver these courses to at least 150 undergraduate and graduate students.
● Carry out policy-focused applied research: produce 3 annual flagship reports and 6 policy briefs or occasional papers.
● Carry out academic research (at least 4 publications).