Future of Cash





Hoarding By Design

Understanding the difference between banknotes used for transactions and those used for non-transactional purposes is a perennial issue for central banks.

Free - September 26, 2023 midnight

Cashless Society Supports Friedman’s Theories

An undergraduate study in Nigeria has been published by the Munich Personal RePEc Archive which considers what happens to money, monetary policy and financial assets when cash demand falls.

Future of Cash - August 30, 2023 midnight

FCA to Ensure UK Access to Cash

The Financial Services and Markets Act 2023 is now law in the UK. The Act requires the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to ensure the maintenance of reasonable provision of cash deposit and withdrawal services for personal and business current accounts held at banks.

Future of Cash - August 30, 2023 midnight

Brainstorming Cash Cycle Resilience

At the Currency Conference in May 54 members of the International Association of Currency Affairs (IACA) met to discuss how to build a resilient cash infrastructure, a highly topical subject.

Future of Cash - July 31, 2023 midnight

Cash – a Backstop for Freedom

Let’s talk about Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the UK’s Brexit campaign leader Nigel Farage and cash. Cash, of course, being a key part of the payment system driving economic activity around the world.

Cash Usage - July 31, 2023 midnight

A2A Payments Make Progress

Account-to-account payments (A2A) have been talked about for some time. There is some evidence that they are beginning to fulfil their promise. The latest 2023 Worldpay Global Payments Report from FIS says there are now 64 real-time payment schemes in operation providing high-speed payment rails for A2A payments.

Digital CN - June 26, 2023 midnight

Australia’s Payments System Strategic Plan

Following industry wide consultation at the end of 2022, the Australian Federal Government has published its Strategic Plan for the future of Australia’s payments system setting out a number of policy objectives and priorities. The plan outlines the government’s commitment to ensuring that the country’s payments system is safe, affordable, trusted and will remain readily accessible.

Studies-Reports - June 26, 2023 midnight