Europe Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) Agenda


Below is the agenda for the 2017 Europe Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS). More information will be available soon for the 2018 event.


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MONDAY | TUESDAY | WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY

Monday, March 20, 2017

09:00–11:45 Magyar Nemzeti Bank (National Bank of Hungary) Logistics Centre Tour
(Only Central Bank delegates attending the Europe Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) 2017 may visit the facility) 
14:00–17:00 Central Bank Summit 
(No extra charge. Open to Central Bank delegates only)
16:00–18:00 Delegate Check-in and Distribution of Delegate Materials
17:00–19:00 Cocktail Reception in Sponsor Exhibition -- hors d’oeuvres, beer, and wine will be served. Sponsored by


Tuesday, March 21, 2017 

08:30–19:00 Sponsor Exhibit Viewing; coffee and tea served from 08:30–09:00
09:00–09:15 Opening Remarks by Nena Vukicevic, Currency Research
09:15–09:30 Welcome to Hungary by Tibor Pataki, Magyar Nemzeti Bank

Plenary Session I - Cash Cycle Models and Global Payment Trends Coordinated by Nena Vukicevic, Currency Research
09:30–09:50 Global Trends In Payments And The Future Of Cash In Circulation by Gonzalo Santamaria, Currency Research
09:50–10:10 General Overview Of The Hungarian Cash Cycle by Anikó Bódi-Schubert, Magyar Nemzeti Bank
10:1010:30 Strategic Issues Of The Deutsche Bundesbank In The German Cash Cycle by Helmut Hammes, Deutsche Bundesbank
10:30–10:50 Questions & Answers
10:50–11:00 Delegate Photograph 
11:00–11:30 Coffee Break in Sponsor Exhibition

Sponsor Breakout Meetings 1
Jokai/Krudy, Dery/Mikszath, Arany

 

11:30–12:15

Automation – How Can It Be Used In Cash Processing? by Cash Processing Solutions  (Closed to Competitors) (Jokai/Krudy)

Mind The Gap In Your Risk Management: How Secure Are Your People, Processes And Information? by Giesecke & Devrient (Dery/Mikszath)

The Road To A Truly Optimized Cash Cycle by Diebold Nixdorf (Closed to Competitors) (Arany)

12:15–13:30 Buffet Lunch served in the Sponsor Exhibition

Plenary Session II: Panel Discussion - Consumers and Impact on Cash Demand

 

13:30–14:25

Panel Discussion - Consumers And Impact On Cash Demand 
Moderator:

David Fagleman, Cash Services UK
Panelists:
Mark Trevor, Vaultex
Meritxell Serra, Banco Santander 


Sponsor Breakout Meetings 2
Jokai/Krudy, Dery/Mikszath, Arany, Petőfi


14:30–15:15
Smart Safe Lessons From The United States by Armor Safe Technologies (Jokai/Krudy)

Data Analytics For The Cash Industry by Giesecke & Devrient (Dery/Mikszath)

Staying Ahead Of The Game by Sainsburys Bank (Arany)

ATM Cost Optimisation During Low-Interest Periods by Sautner & Partner (Closed to Competitors) (Petőfi)
15:15–15:45 Coffee Break in the Sponsor Exhibition 

Plenary Session III - Cash Management, Distribution and Cost Coordinated by Francisco Lopez, Innovia
15:45–16:05 The Adoption of ECM™ ISA ACDP from Cash Processing Solutions (CPS) and its Impact on Business Process Efficiency and Cash Velocity by Dara Beggan, Cash Processing Solutions (CPS)
16:05–16:25 Looking Beyond ROI In Cash Center Automation by Barnabás Ferenczi, Giesecke & Devrient
16:25–16:45 Cash Distribution Management At OTP Bank Hungary by László Halaj, Országos Takarék Pénztár (OTP) Bank
16:45–17:05 Questions & Answers
17:05–19:00 Cocktail Reception in Sponsor Exhibition -- hors d’oeuvres, beer, and wine will be served. Sponsored by


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

08:30–15:30 Sponsor Exhibition Open; coffee and tea from 08:30–09:00

Plenary Session IV - Future for Cash in Bank Branches Coordinated by Stephen Okroy, Diebold Nixdorf

09:00–09:20 Cashless Branches And Their Impact On The Cash Cycle - A Case Study By Bank Zachodni WBK by Tomasz Zientek, Bank Zachodni WBK S.A. 
09:20–09:40 The Cash Cycle & Digitalisation In A Commercial Bank by Anatoli Barysevich, BPS-Sberbank
09:40–10:00 Three Ways To Make Cash Re-Circulation Work by Filip Beerens, ING Bank Belgium
10:00–10:20 Questions & Answers

Sponsor Breakout Meetings 3
Jokai/Krudy, Dery/Mikszath, Arany
10:25–11:10 Automation – How Can It Be Used In Cash Processing? by Cash Processing Solutions (Closed to Competitors) (Jokai/Krudy) 

What Do “Big Data” And Cash Management Have In Common? by NCR (Closed to Competitors)(Dery/Mikszath) 

Most Central Banks Have Clean Note Policies For Notes In Circulation But How Can Monitoring Be Achieved In A Consistent, Uniform Manner? by Innovia (Arany)
11:10–11:35 Coffee Break in Sponsor Exhibition

Plenary Session V - Studies and Trends in Cash Usage Coordinated by Barnabás Ferenczi, Giesecke & Devrient
11:35–11:55 Payment Behavior: The Role Of Socio-Psychological Factors by Frank van der Horst, De Nederlandsche Bank
11:55–12:15 Latest Developments In The Use And Handling Of Cash In The Euro Area by Henk Esselink, European Central Bank
12:15–12:35 Cash Supply Chain Management - Case Study From Romania by Octavian Calin, Banca Comerciala Romana – Group Erste
12:35–12:55 Questions & Answers
12:55–14:15 Buffet Lunch served in the Sponsor Exhibition 

Sponsor Breakout Meetings 4
Jokai/Krudy, Dery/Mikszath, Arany
14:15–15:00 Eliminating 100% Internal Losses – ATM Security by Spinnaker International Ltd (Jokai/Krudy)

How To Mitigate Cash Management Risks And Increase Efficiency With An Integrated End-to-End Solution? by G4S (Dery/Mikszath)

The Increasing Popularity Of Alternative Substrates To The More Traditional Cotton Offers New Challenges For Counterfeiters, And Brings Confidence To The Market – Provided It Is Appropriately Equipped by Innovia (Arany)
15:00–15:30 Coffee Break in Sponsor Exhibition

Plenary Session VI: Cash Demand Forecasting and Optimisation Coordinated by Martin Hobhouse, Cash Processing Solutions (CPS)
15:30–15:50 The Sberbank Experience – Our Challenges And Expectations Of Cash Circulation In The Russian Market  by Alexey Ponomarenko, Sberbank Russia
15:50–16:10  Cash Cycle In Slovenia: Cooperation Between Banka Slovenije And Nova Ljubljanska Banka by Gregor Miklavčič, Bank of Slovenia & Igor Horvat, NLB
16:10–16:30 Managing Cash-Related Challenges: A Retailer Case Study by László Nényei, SPAR Magyarország Kft.
16:30–16:50 Questions & Answers
16:50–17:10 Live Industry Survey by Gonzalo Santamaria, Currency Research
17:10–17:25 Seminar Closing Remarks by Dan Harrison, Currency Research 
18:30–22:30 Delegate Appreciation Dinner at Spoons Restaurant


Thursday, March 23, 2017

Post-Seminar Symposium Session I Coordinated by Nena Vukicevic, Currency Research
09:00–09:10 Introduction by Nena Vukicevic, Currency Research 
09:10–09:30 Quality Control – A Different Approach To Single Note Inspection by Keith Williamson, Cash Processing Solutions (CPS) 
09:30–09:50 New Polymer Banknote - Impact On UK Market And Lessons Learned by Mark Trevor, Vaultex UK
09:5010:10 Impact Of The Polymer Banknote Issuance by Tuyet Nguyen, Bank of Canada
10:10–10:30 Questions & Answers
10:30–11:00 Coffee Break 

Post-Seminar Symposium Session II Coordinated by Marci Chavez, Currency Research
11:00–11:20 Industry 4.0 Meets The Cash Cycle by Marcus Schmeisser, Giesecke & Devrient
11:20–11:40 Banknote Counterfeiting In The Digital Age: The State Of The Art by Martin Fürbach, University of Lausanne
11:40-12:00 Introducing a New, Highly-Secure Coin – The United Kingdom £1 Case Study by Paul Binning, The Royal Mint
12:00–12:20 Questions & Answers 
12:20–12:30 Closing Remarks by Marci Chavez, Currency Research 

*Schedule is subject to change.