Central banks and digital currencies: in-person seminar

Central banks and digital currencies: in-person seminar

Seminar   London   
  Tue 10 May 2022 All Day

OMFIF’s Digital Monetary Institute is convening an in-person seminar to launch its second annual symposium. Taking place in London, this high-level seminar will bring together 40-50 policymakers, multinational financial services, payment service providers, banks’ transaction services heads and technology providers to shape the dialogue on the future of money. Panels will be off-the-record to facilitate interactive dialogue on key issues. The panel discussions will be followed by a drink’s reception and dinner.

14:30-15:00 Registrations and refreshments

15:00-16:00 Session 1: Revolution in payments
• The need for CBDC; addressing political hurdles
• The role of central banks and government in payments
• Confluence of big tech and stable coins in retail payments
• Balancing new market entrants and maintaining competition
• New technologies and upgrading interbank payments: Do we need wholesale CBDC?

16:00-16:15 Refreshment break

16:15-17:15 Session 2: Regulating the cryptoasset landscape
• Addressing financial stability and consumer protection concerns
• The role of crypto assets in institutional investor portfolios
• Market makers and regulatory status of different crypto assets
• Balancing promoting innovation and regulatory clarity
• New players and infrastructure for crypto marketplace

17:15-18:15 Drinks reception

18:15-20:00 Dinner

This event takes place before the annual DMI symposium, taking place on 11-12 May. Register to attend virtually here.

14:30-20:00 (London)


Doris Dietze
Head of Digital Finance
German Federal Ministry of Finance
Susan Friedman
Head of Public Policy
Charlotte Hogg
CEO Europe
Tom Mutton
Director of FinTech
Bank of England
Wolfram Seidemann
G+D Currency Technology
Moad Fahmi
Senior Advisor Fintech,
The Bermuda Monetary Authority
Mark Williamson
Managing Director
GFX eRisk, Partnerships & Propositions
Lisa Cameron MP
Crypto and Digital Assets,
All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG)
Chris Ostrowski
Global Head, Public Sector Engagement

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