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Future of Cash - Beyond Corona

May 19, 2020 at 02:00:00 PM · Paris
About This Webinar

During this webinar, our panel combining industry experts and futurists will imagine and debate the role of cash in a post-corona world. The session is the first part of a series of three webinars and will aim at looking at the key trends which will likely shape the Future of Cash.

The webinar is hosted by CashEssentials, an independent initiative offering a platform for debate about the payments and monetary ecosystems, and conducting and fostering high-quality research on cash and its future. Visit us at https://cashessentials.org.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Innovation and Payments, European Savings and Retail Banking Group
Diederik Bruggink holds responsibility at the two savings and retail banking associations for all innovation and payments topics from a worldwide perspective. In that role, he analyses the multiple dimensions of the payments market, proposing and assisting in agreeing member positions with respect to their payments’ and related businesses. He is also advocates the associations’ positions on payments with policymakers, regulators, standardisation bodies, industry associations, and enabling a constant member dialogue on developments, with a particular focus on innovation. He is one of the key authors of the first three editions of the World Payments Report, makes regular appearances at industry conferences and serves as a member of the editorial board of, and regulator contributor to, the Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems. He is also a Board Member of the European Payments Council (EPC) and within the EPC he is also the Chair of the Cash Efficiency Working Group.
Webinar hosting presenter
Chairman, Banknote Ethics Initiative; Former Head of Banknotes, European Central Bank
Antti Heinonen has been the chairman of the Banknote Ethics Initiative since its inception in 2013. He was the chairman of the Central Bank Counterfeit Deterrence Group, reporting to G10 Governors, between 2008 and 2012 and the Director, Banknotes at the ECB from 1998 until 2008. He chaired the Banknote Committee of the European System of Central Banks for more than 10 years and the Eurosystem Cash Changeover Co-ordination Committee in 2001 and 2002. Prior to joining the ECB he was the chief cashier for the Bank of Finland. He holds degrees in economics and mathematics from the University of Helsinki, and has written several books on banknotes and their history.
Webinar hosting presenter Cash Essentials
Chair, CashEssentials
Guillaume Lepecq is a globally recognized expert in the subjects of payments and cash. Working primarily as a consultant over the last twenty years, Guillaume was appointed Chair of the CashEssentials Think Tank in February 2019.
Guillaume has written a number of publications and reports detailing the role of cash in society and the means by which it flows across the economic landscape including: “The Future of Cash - An Asian Perspective”, “Cash Essentials - Beyond Payments”, “The Future of Cash”, “The Future of Smart Payments” and “Managing the Changeover to the Euro”.
Webinar hosting presenter
Senior Consultant, Demos Helsinki
Petteri Lillberg is a Senior Consultant at Demos, focusing on strategy, foresight and societal impact across industries and organisations.
A noted columnist and international speaker, Petteri holds an M.Phil from Cambridge University. He also serves at the board of Unicef Finland.
Webinar hosting presenter
Economist, Weiden Technical University of Applied Science
Professor Franz Seitz teaches Economics with a special focus on Monetary Policy and Financial Markets at Weiden Technical University of Applied Sciences. He is author of numerous articles in national and international journals. His main fields of research are monetary theory and policy, financial markets and banking as well as payments markets, especially cash in circulation. For many years now, Professor Seitz is acting as a consultant in different projects for central banks, commercial banks and financial as well as non-financial corporations.
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