CBPC is known for having the most timely and relevant topics on the Agenda and the program for Cape Town will be no different. We are eager to bring the following topics to discussion. We will be updating information (topic related synopses and speaker biographies) on this page as more details are confirmed - please be sure to check back for updates.
Find out more on how these arrangements are structured legally and technically followed by a panel discussion in order to evaluate how mobile banking could further stimulate financial inclusion.
The main features of the Chinese payment system will be clarified with the backdrop of “big tech” and People’s Bank of China intention to issue a digital currency.
Expert view explaining the initiative stemming from a group of major European banks to launch a pan-European retail payments initiative.
Central bankers from different parts of the world will present their experience as “catalysts” and discuss how far this role can go without disrupting market forces.
How will new technologies affect payments systems during the new decade.
Several central banks have recently expressed more openness as far as “wholesale” CBDC. How could such scheme work and what would be the benefits for the financial sector and society in general.
A new payment service announced by the Federal Reserve System called FedNow will aim to help financial institutions in the US to deliver end-to end faster payment services to their customers.
Will RTGS systems continue to be so critical over the next decade and how will they cope with cyber risks and with more demanding business continuity requirements?
This panel will evaluate how ACHs and card schemes could adjust to the major evolutions such as instant payments and proprietary payment solutions.
A major concern shared by many attendees at previous CBPC is Cyber security. Views will be shared on Standards and good practices for financial institutions and supervision; Cooperation in the eco-system; Crisis management exercises.
The issuance of central bank digital currencies has sometimes been presented as a possible answer to Libra after initially raising a lot of objections from public authorities.
PLEASE NOTE: This conference is closed to general media and off-record.