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The 2017 Programme

Wednesday 4 October



Guillaume Lepecq, CEO,
AGIS Consulting

Setting the Scene

The Austrian Cash Cycle - Stefan Augustin, Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB)

Ton Roos, European Central Bank (ECB)

Central Bank Money is an Alternative to Private Money - Leif Veggum, Norges Bank


Coffee Break


The Utility Model - Does it work?

Günther Ernst, GSA (Cash Service Austria)

Local Recycling – Problem or Opportunity - Peter Wesenberg, NOKAS


Q & A, followed by lunch


Improving the Efficiency of Cash

Cash Data Analytics: Future-proofing of Cash - Barnabas Ferenczi, Giesecke & Devrient

The Cash Supply Chain in Commercial Banks - Meritxell  Serra  Sanz, Santander Bank

How much does your cash cost? Efficieny Projects with the Central Bank of Turkey - Alper Sayin, Garanti Bank


Q & A, Coffee Break

Improving the Cash Cycle

Leonor Machado, Caixa Geral de Depositos

Inefficiency of Cash: Fatality or Deliberate Strategy - Thierry Lebeaux, ESTA


Q & A, followed by Cocktail Reception



Thursday 5 October


Understanding Cash Usage

Forecasting Future Banknote Demand - Victoria Cleland, Bank of England

Cash in Australia, the US and the UK - Glory

Shopping Profiles and Payments Usage - Anne Lewis, Vaultex


Q & A


Cash, Freedom and Crime - Heike Mai, Deutsche Bank,

Down but not out: Understanding the changing role of cash in society - David Fagleman, UK Cash Services

Cash is Critical to Disaster Response - James Shepherd-Barron, Disaster Management Consultant


Q & A, followed by lunch


Is Cash a Profitable Banking Product?

Sameer Dubey, Barclays Bank

Shifting the Cash Cycle Model in Greece. The Role of Deposit Devices - Evangelos Kontomitros, Piraeus Bank

The Return of the Seal Bag - Achim Boers, Prosegur


Q & A

The Innovation Panel


Closing Remarks


Farewell Drinks