Save the date - Follow the Cash 2015 conference – 2 and 3 September 2015

Issue date: 23 February 2015

50 pound notes arranged in a circle

University of the West of England Bristol Exhibition and Conference Centre, Bristol

The inaugural 'Follow the Cash 2015' conference of the Currency Supply Chain Institute (CSCI) and Currency Supply Chain Solutions (CSCS) at the University of the West of England on 2 and 3 September 2015 will include an opportunity to hear a keynote speech by Victoria Cleland, Chief Cashier of the Bank of England.

The conference programme includes sessions on banknotes and coins, cash crime prevention, cash distribution versus cash recycling, the future of bank branches, the future of cash centres, cash cycle optimisation and innovation in e-banking and mobile banking.

The organisers anticipate that the conference will be the largest meeting worldwide dedicated to the whole lifecycle of the cash industry. The 'Follow the Cash 2015' conference will cover a full range of cash lifecycle touch points with a cradle to grave approach and extending to the evolutionary and futuristic aspects of the lifecycle; it will also include an exhibition area showcasing organisations from all areas of the cash supply sector.

Dr David Finnegan CEO of Currency Supply Chain Solutions, said, “We are a unique independent organisation bringing the research expertise of key groups within UWE Bristol in areas such as machine vision and fine print research to help partners to solve real world solutions in the cash industry.”

“We are expecting delegates from throughout Europe and beyond to attend 'Follow the Cash 2015'. We want to welcome as many delegates as possible from all touch points of the cash lifecycle, including central banks, commercial banks, financial institutions, cash accepting/dispensing/ processing suppliers, printers, retail and fraud audiences and law enforcement.”

“This conference presents an unbiased meeting point for the whole industry. It will also promote cross border engagement of the industry players regarding relevant on-going issues. We want to act as an independent platform to engage with the industry globally to transform and shape the future. To this end, all the conference sessions will elucidate relevant debates concerning current and hot cash lifecycle topics.”

“Current strategic partnerships, including the Bank of England, depict our keen interest to contribute to the cash community. Our goal to engage with the key stakeholders in promoting knowledge creation and sharing remains at the heart of all our initiatives.”

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