Join us for our next seminar:
DUBLIN, IRELAND | 16-19 APRIL 2018
Since the first seminar in 1995 held in the US, The Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) has grown to be the premier global seminar for commercial cash management, distribution and circulation.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
The Cash Cycle Seminar offers insights and strategies to help your organization: streamline processes; learn valuable solutions and best practices; network with cash industry peers; and more.
Join other leading suppliers in our industry that sponsor the Seminar year after year and appreciate its many benefits!
Join us in this incredible city
I certainly enjoyed the end-to-end experience of the seminar and recommend attendance to my colleagues in the industry.
Bank of Ireland
I enjoyed the friendly international atmosphere which made it easy to get in touch with other participants.
We did enjoy and benefit from the conference and would like to thank you for organizing it.
Good opportunity to meet with other ‘Central Bankers’ with similar functions and similar challenges. Good opportunity to know how things are doing in other countries, in order to bring new ideas.
Bank of Portugal
The EMEA Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) was a good reason to step back from the projects we are doing internally on a daily basis, and enable us to take the time to think of new concepts/ideas being influenced by others modus operands, projects and surveys.
Thank you to everyone that made Budapest such a success! Delegates from 70 organisations came together to discuss the many new ideas and issues which are facing our industry. We are happy to announce the next Europe Cash Cycle Seminar will take place April 2018 in Dublin, Ireland!
I found the seminar to be very useful, interesting and well organized.
Central Bank of Israel
For us, the conference was absolutely perfect, especially due to the effort of you and your colleagues. Thank you!
The Seminar was organised very well – all presentations about Italian Cash Management were very good and provided excellent insight into how they manage it.
Bank of Mozambique