When: February 20 – 21, 2019
Where: Athens, Greece
“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.
In recent years, The Future of Cash has formed part of EFMA’s Retail Payments Week. However, the last event in April 2016 reverted to its more traditional format of a stand-alone two day event in order to focus on achieving operational efficiencies within the cash cycle.
Despite the increasing popularity of digital payment methods, nearly 85% of all retail transactions today are still made with cash, representing around 60% of retail transaction value. With this in mind, there is no doubt that cash will remain an important part of the payments industry for many years to come – which, for banks, means finding ways to optimise the use of cash and make it as efficient as possible.The Future of Cash conference will focus on the optimisation of the cash cycle. It will bring together all stakeholders involved in the cash cycle to discuss new strategies for creating the cash cycle of the future.This will enable them to share their best practices and expertise, with the aim of improving the overall functioning of the cash cycle.”