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April 16th-19th, 2018: The Europe Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) in Dublin, Ireland

March 7, 2018 Share Source

From 16th-19th April 2018, the Europe Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) will be taking place at the Clayton Hotel in Dublin, Ireland.

With 33 countries represented, industry experts and stakeholders from around the world will come together to address cash supply chain concerns from a global perspective, making this the seminar for those keeping tabs on the 'latest trends and issues impacting cash circulation.'

The seminar will hold the second half of the Currency Research webinar:

'The future of cash depends on consumers choosing to use it.' True or False?

Attendees can make the most of general sessions between peers, face-to-face demos on the latest technology and services from sponsors, relaxed and professional networking opportunities and in-depth panel discussions and presentations on the most pressing topics in the industry.

Finishing with a delicious three-course Delegate Appreciation Dinner at the historic Banking Hall - almost 200 years old! Transport will be provided so you can drink, chat and be merry the Dublin way!

Excerpt from Europe Cash Cycle Seminar website

While cash remains an efficient means of payment, if access to cash payments is limited by retailers then levels of cash demand and usage will be impacted. This panel session will look at the interaction of cash, the consumer, and the retailer. We will learn of retailers’ perspectives on future transactions, the latest retailer trends concerning cash, and the disruptive technologies that are now gaining ground.

This panel discussion was preceded by an open webinar on 22nd February for initial discussions on the topic. The questions submitted during this session and the feedback given will set the tone of these follow-up discussions to be held in Dublin. To watch a recording of the webinar click here.

Panel discussions and presentations:

  • The Future of Cash and Retailing
  • What Does a Cash-Less Future Look Like?
  • The Polymer Journey From a U.K. Commercial Banknote Issuer
  • Independent ATM Deployers - Guaranteeing the Convenient Availability of Cash
  • The Use of Cash by Households in the Euro Area
  • How Digitalization and Automation Change Our Industry
  • Imagine the Stories a Banknote Could Tell – Ultimate Control Across the Cash Cycle
  • Cash Makes The World Go Round
  • Replacement of a Banknote Series – Implications from a Central Bank's Cash Management Perspective

About the Cash Cycle Seminars (ICCOS)

Since the first seminar in 1995 held in the USA, The Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) has grown to be the premier global seminar for commercial cash management, distribution and circulation. It is a unique event focused on bringing together all of the stakeholders in cash circulation to share perspectives, ideas, cost-saving technologies, strategies, best practices and case studies...There is really no better way to understand how other institutions are dealing with ongoing challenges in the midst of tight budget control, stay connected with your peers involved in the specific area of cash handling, and learn about the latest, cash-focused solutions.

"The event exceeded my expectations. As a central banker it was interesting to learn about the main issues the other stakeholders in the cash cycle have to deal with."
" Spokesperson European Central Bank As quoted by Currency Research


Clayton Hotel
Burlington Road,
Dublin, Ireland

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Currency Research
'Currency Research (CR) is an international organisation that believes education and communication are fundamental to growth and innovation within central banks, their suppliers, and the related supply chain for currency and payment systems.'

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