DMI annual 2024:
Delivering interoperability in a digital economy
The 2024 DMI annual features contributions from a variety of sectors, discussing the value of interoperability and the challenges of delivering such solutions, writes Lewis McLellan, editor, Digital Monetary Institute, OMFIF.
A central bank digital currency should be deployed as an open infrastructure that not only allows interlinkages, but interfaces with other systems, writes Wolfram Seidemann, chief executive officer, Giesecke+Devrient Currency Technology.
Interoperability infrastructure will continue to develop as the industry becomes more connected, but robust standardised rules are needed to ensure it works safely and seamlessly, writes Charles Kerrigan, partner, CMS.
The development of programmable finance platforms provides more timely and greater access to global capital markets, allowing small- and medium-sized enterprises to grow their businesses, writes Ezechiel Copic, director of digital currency policy, Visa.
The focus on developing and implementing interoperable solutions will be essential to unlocking the benefits of a fully digital financial ecosystem, writes Steffen Schacher, Universal Digital Payments Network lead, GFT.
Tokenisation is quickly gaining momentum. But to really take off, a global mindset and interoperability between different networks and systems is essential, writes Jonathan Ehrenfeld, head of securities strategy, Swift.
Achieving interoperability would be a major development in the world of programmable money, impacting how we transact, do business and live in a global world, write Dirk Cavens, chief product officer and Victoria Cumings, chief legal and regulatory officer, RTGS.global.
From central banks’ forays into digital currencies and attitudes to cross-border payments, this report delves into the push to develop regional payment networks and the challenges of establishing regulatory harmony.
Wed 20 Mar 2024
Congressman Patrick McHenry, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, discusses how proposed frameworks seek to clarify stablecoin regulation in the US.
Wed 14 Feb 2024
This event brings together key voices from the public and private sectors to discuss how AI will affect compliance with and enforcement of financial regulation, as well as what kind of policy choices might be required to ensure its safe use.