'The future of cash depends on consumers choosing to use it.'
True or False?
Thursday, 22 February 2018
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm (GMT)
Does the future of cash depend on consumer choice – or does the future of cash depend more on consumer access to cash payments?
For instance, if your nearest supermarket stops accepting cash as a payment method will you decide to shop elsewhere – or will you simply switch to another form of payment?
While cash remains an efficient means of payment, if access to cash payments is limited by retailers then levels of cash demand and usage will be affected.
This webinar session will explore the changing face of payments between the consumer and the retailer. With contributions from industry experts in payments, retail, and banking, we will look at the future of retail payments, the role of disruptive technologies, and how these could impact the use of cash.
In advance of the Europe Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) 2018, Currency Research and Cash Services UK will run a webinar exploring the following themes:
- How are consumers paying today?
- What is the impact of technology and new payment innovations?
- Is the cost of payments a driving factor for retailers?
Moderated by David Fagleman, Head of Policy and Research, Cash Services UK and featuring:
Tara Buckley, Director General, RGDATA
Richard Koch, Head of Cards, UK Finance
Celine Singleton, Head of Payments Strategy, Ulster Bank
This webinar is the pre-cursor to the Panel Discussion during the Europe Cash Cycle Seminar on Tuesday, 16 April. Add your voice to the webinar and see the results for yourself live during the seminar. Claim your seat at the seminar here.