World Cash Trends and Lessons Learned from Global Conferences
Organizer CURRENCY RESEARCH, http://currencyresearch.com/
PLUS Journal encourages you to attend the international Review Seminar “World Cash Trends and Lessons Learned from Global Conferences” which will be held November 7-8, 2013 in Kiev, Ukraine at the Hotel Khreschatyk / Volodymyrsky Conference Hall.
This Review Seminar is provided by CURRENCY RESEARCH (USA), well known as the organizer since 1992 of the largest international conferences and seminars concerning currency and cash circulation, such as Currency Conference, ICCOS (The International Commercial Cash Operations Seminar), Coin Conference and others. The Russian Publishing House “InterCrim-press» (http://icpress.ru/) will be co-hosting the event. IC Press is a member of international association IACA (The International Association of Currency Affairs) and one of leaders in the market of specialized literature concerning authentication of currencies, travel checks and securities. The media partner is PLUS Journal (http://www.plusworld.org/) and the seminar is provided with the support of the National Bank of Ukraine.
Cash circulation in the modern world remains one of the main spheres of the economy and finance of any country. The intention of Central Banks and other cash cycle players (Commercial Banks, CITs, large retailers etc.) follows from this to reduce costs of cash circulation, and for Commercial Banks and CIT companies - to create efficiencies in their cash operations.
Today in many countries principles of cash cycle organization are revised constantly, therefore it’s very important that all main players of the cash cycle understand accurately all aspects of it including world trends, innovation and development to make optimum decisions. Main areas of concern include forecasting and optimization of cash flows, automation of bank branches and vaults, application of outsourcing, enhancement of payment systems, organization of coin circulation and other issues and challenges.
The seminar is organized in an informal and engaging conditions, with a question and answer period available after each presentation, discussion and exchange of opinions. It is a good opportunity for dialogue with colleagues and professionals from the different countries and different spheres of the cash cycle. During the seminar simultaneous translation of all speeches and presentations from English into Russian will be organized. CURRENCY RESEARCH have already held similar seminars since 2012 in South African Republic, Australia and Chile; next seminar will be held in the UK.
The cost of participation for cash cycle players (Central and Commercial Banks, CIT companies and Retailers) is USD$500 for the first delegate, USD$300 for second and additional assistant. For other companies (suppliers of the equipment and technologies etc.) – USD$1000 per delegate.
The registration fee includes participation in the two-day Seminar and also light lunch on day 1, coffee breaks, cocktail reception on day 1, and lunch on day 2.
For online registration please follow the link: http://currencyresearch.com/communication/review-seminars/kiev-register. To see the program of Review Seminar and loading it follow the link: http://currencyresearch.com/Events/Review_Seminars/PDF/Kiev_Review_Seminar_Agenda_Russian.pdf.
Any questions concerning registration and payment please address them to Currency Research Office care of Conferences Administrator Mrs. Drusilla Blakey by e-mail: email@example.com or by phones +1-214-801-9807 and +1-214-853-5024 (fax).
For comments and assistance in Russian language address to "InterCrim-press" Office please to the Head of International Department Mrs. Tatiana Sibileva +7 (499) 267-30-63, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may address also to Mr. Victor Ionov, Currency Research Partner in the region of Russia and the CIS, by phone +7-916-063-6012, and e-mail: email@example.com.
The number of delegates of this Review Seminar is limited to 50, therefore we highly recommended to register soonest if interested in participating.