Cash Vs. Crypto

  • 20 October 2021
  • CPD Event
  • 100 PLACE(S) AVAILABLE
Event Details
Overview

The crystal ball appears murky, with a range of experts stating contrasting opinions on what the future of digital and crypto currencies may look like and how this will impact consumers banking and spending habits. Whatever the direction, whether it be a full move from cash to digital or a partial one, the banking sector needs to be prepared.

During our webcast, our Chair and panellists will explore a wide variety of topics, including;
 

  • What are the benefits to using Crypto currency?
  • The measures the banking sector needs to adopt to prepare for the increase in Digital banks and use of crypto currency.
  • How is the use of cash changing?
  • A look at the global crypto currency landscape.


We hope that you can join us for this discussion, which will develop your knowledge digital and cryptocurrencies.
 

Panellists

Colin Bilkus

Colin Bilkus

Pay. UK | Ecosystem Strategy Manager

 
Colin has  20+ years of financial services experience, predominately across cards and retail inter-bank payments. In 2019 he joined Pay.UK, the home for Bacs, Faster Payments and the Image Clearing Service as Ecosystem Strategy Manager. Colin has a keen interest in Central Bank Digital Currencies and in digital currencies more widely and has been heavily involved in Pay.UK’s responses to the Bank of England’s Discussion Papers on these topics.
David Fagleman

David Fagleman

Enryo | Co-founder and Director

 

David has worked in payments since 2015 when he joined Cash Services UK. He became Head of Policy and Research and was part of the transfer to UK Finance. Prior to this, he worked at the innovation foundation Nesta, the Westminster-based think tank ResPublica and for Rachel Reeves MP. He co-founded Enryo in 2020, an independent consultancy designed to support the financial services industry as it navigates times of change.

David Hensley

David Hensley

Enryo | Co-founder and Director

 

David has over 25 years’ experience in senior management with Santander covering business transformation, operations and customer services. He has also held non-executive roles with two leading financial services providers (Link & BACS). He became Director of Cash Services UK in 2012.

He was a co-author of the UK Access to Cash review and is a founder of OneBanks.

Date & Schedule
Wednesday 20 October 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00PM UK BST 
Booking

To register, please click here.

If you experience any difficulties please email [email protected] 

CPD REQUIREMENT
Attending this event counts towards Chartered Banker Institute members’ annual CPD requirement (1 hour).