The Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) is the premier global seminar for commercial cash management, distribution and circulation. It is a unique event focused on bringing together all the stakeholders in cash circulation to share perspectives, ideas, cost saving technologies, strategies, best practices and case studies. The educational General Sessions are where the delegates share their experiences and knowledge base, peer to peer. An exhibition area featuring our Sponsors’ latest technology and services is open throughout the seminar and Sponsors also conduct focused breakout meetings to share further details on their leading solutions for the industry.
Some of the greatest benefits of The Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) program are: its core focus on cash circulation taking into account the issues of all players – federal/central banks, commercial/retail banks, cash management/logistics companies, retailers, and solution providers; the ability to bring together key individuals from many countries in a given region; and the optimum environment for effective networking.
The Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) is the ideal forum for cash management professionals to stay abreast of how other institutions are innovating and dealing with challenges, and stay connected with peers in the industry.
With regional seminars in the Americas, Asia, Europe and Middle East & Africa (MEA), The Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) is focused on the cash supply chain on a global level. It is a forum not to be missed!
World Viewpoints to be Shared
Commercial/Retail Bank Operation
Branch Self Service & Teller Automation
ATM, Vault & Branch Cash Management
Counterfeit Detection and Deterrence
Cash Vault & Cash Centre Security
Smart Safe Revolution
Note & Coin Circulation
Delegation & Impacts on the Commercial Sector
Maintaining Banknote Quality & Security
Currency Design & Production Considerations
Coin/Note Boundary/Denomination Structure
Mitigating Risk in the Supply Chain
Crafting the Service Agreement
Fitness Standards & Authentication
Alternative Payments & Impact on Cash
Payment Studies and Surveys