7:30 am - 9:00 am
Kelvin Hotel Invercargill,
20 Kelvin Street,,
What’s the future of cash for our community, and your customers and business? Cash use is falling, but some of us rely on it more than others. Customers and retailers are facing a rapidly changing payments landscape. Declining cash use is one of several pressures on the cash system which involves the many organisations and individuals who move, store, and use cash. The Reserve Bank – Te Pūtea Matua is encouraging Cash Conversations – He Kōrero Moni about the future of cash in New Zealand.
There will be a Reserve Bank presentation followed by discussion. This is an opportunity to help shape Reserve Bank policy and the future of the cash system.
Limited numbers, registration is essential.
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