IMF Institute Regional Training Programs
|Date Established||Location||Cosponsors||Intended Participant Countries|
|Joint Vienna Institute||1992||Austria||Austrian authorities. Bank for international Settlements. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, World Bank, and World Trade Organization1||Transition countries in Europe and Asia|
|IMF-Singapore Regional Training Institute||1998||Singapore||Government of Singapore||Developing and transition countries in Asia and the Pacific|
|IMF-Amf Regional Training Program||1999||United Arab Emirates||Arab Monetary Fund||Member countries of the Arab Monetary Fund|
|Joint Africa Institute2||1999||Tunisia||African Development Bank, World Bank||African countries|
|Joint China-IMF Training Program||2000||China||People’s Bank of China||China|
|Joint Regional Training Center for Latin America||2001||Brazil||Government of Brazil||Latin American countries|
A number of other European countries and the European Union, although not formal sponsors of the Joint Vienna Institute, provide financial support.
In 2003, the Joint Africa Institute shifted its operations temporarily from Cote d’Ivoire to Tunisia, owing to the security situation in Cote d’Ivoire.