Wed Sep 14 CEST - Thu Sep 15 CEST (in 10 months)
In your timezone (EST): Wed Sep 14 3:00am - Thu Sep 15 10:00am
The Melia Princesa Hotel
C. de la Princesa, 27, 28008 Madrid, Spain
The Future of Cash conference was the first of its kind to bring together all stakeholders involved in the cash cycle. It typically attracts delegates from central banks, financial institutions, retailers, cash management companies, technology providers and other suppliers.
The Future of Cash conference focuses on understanding the changing cash environment and what stakeholders are doing to optimize the cash cycle and to keep cash competitive and relevant. It brings together all stakeholders to discuss new strategies for creating the cash cycle of the future.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching consequences on human and economic activities, including on cash, payments and money. For many observers, the pandemic has acted as a catalyst and accelerated existing trends. In particular, it has aggravated the ‘cash paradox’ i.e. increasing demand for cash but declining usage as a payment instrument.
The pandemic has forced central banks, governments, commercial banks and other stakeholders to adopt short-term emergency measures to ensure the smooth supply and circulation of cash. This has involved remarkable creativity and innovation to overcome the immediate threats and challenges. Some of these decisions may become long-term fixtures. Others will be dropped at the earliest opportunity.
But the crisis has also encouraged us to think about the long-term implications and the world after. The crisis will pass. Cash will survive. But the world after will be different. The 2021 Future of Cash Conference will invite participants to actively debate, imagine and shape the future of cash.
Following the success of the Future of Cash online event in February 2021, we will be continuing the conversation and providing a coherent story of today’s cash challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities. The event will focus specifically on the Asia-Pacific region.
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