Organized by Currency Research, all four annual ICCOS events (Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa) can be counted on to bring together cash circulation stakeholders for an insightful knowledge share of good ideas, cost-saving technologies, strategies, best practices, and case studies for their respective region. Formerly known as ICCOS, the Cash Cycle Seminar series have evolved (since its launch in 1995) into a premier global seminar for commercial cash management, distribution and circulation.
The conference opens on Monday with a welcoming cocktail reception (as well as optional pre-conference workshops) and closes on Thursday with a tour of the Printing Plant. In between, attendees will take part in in plenary sessions that include presentations and panel discussions promising to refresh their knowledge about the latest issues facing Asia' cash cycle:
- Presentations: Trends in Cash Usage, the Cash Cycle and Digital Payments
- Panel Discussion: Speeding Up the Cash Cycle – Lowering Cost of Cash Operations
- Panel Discussion: Revolutionary Change in Cash Withdrawal - Maintaining Currency Quality and Security
- Panel Discussion: Regulation of CMCs Given Their Key Role in Improving the Cash Cycle
- Panel Discussion: Cash in Transition – A Digital Destiny?
- Presentations: Resiliency - BCP, Fraud and Cyber Security
'This session discusses the trends in cash and non-cash payments, and whether the cash cycle is adapting to the change.'
Senior executives, managers, and other key decision makers involved in the processing, authentication, logistics, and regulation of large cash volumes are encouraged to attend.
2, 1 Colombo
Galle - Hambantota
Wellawaya Hwy, Colombo
00200, Sri Lanka
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