We will set the scene of this session by exploring some of the key cross-border challenges that fintechs and financial institutions are currently facing, from limited instant payment structures, high transaction costs and regulatory complexity. The session will move on to how the emerging technology behind CBDCs could solve some of these issues such as speed and liquidity. The panel will weigh this up against the interoperability challenges CBDCs present due to parallel projects by central banks, as well as general cross-jurisdiction regulatory challenges. This session will be a great opportunity to get the perspective of financial institutions and fintechs on their predictions for the future of CBDCs and cross-border payments.
Moderator & Presenters:
Shirish Wadivkar, Managing Director and Global Head of Wholesale Payments and Trade Strategy, SWIFT
Joshua Daniel, Product – Coin Systems @ ONYX by J.P. Morgan, J.P. Morgan
Anthony Ralphs, Lead Product Manager – CBDCs, Ripple
Nilixa Devlukia, Independent Regulatory Consultant, Payments Solved
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