Central Bank Digital Currencies Global Update for Q1 2022

with
Tim Dunfey and Ross Delston
  • On-Demand
  • Free Webinar
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Training Includes:
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
  • An on-demand recording will be available after the live presentation.

Currency experts Tim Dunfey and Ross Delston will decipher the Fed’s 40-page paper and highlight the main issues for banks, credit unions, and fintech providers. You will learn how to respond and prepare.

Topics Covered

  • How would a CBDC differ from other forms of digital currency?
  • How will banks and credit unions be involved?
  • Would this be good or bad for traditional financial institutions?
  • Would a CBDC replace or augment fintech offerings?
  • What privacy and security risks are created by a CBDC?
  • How could a CBDC accelerate payments?
  • How are other countries’ central banks approaching digital currency?
  • Should you respond to the Fed’s discussion paper?

Training Overview

Do you like the Fed’s digital currency proposal? Discover how a CBDC would affect you.

On January 20, the Federal Reserve Board released a discussion paper that examines the pros and cons of a potential U.S. central bank digital currency (CBDC). Unlike electronic money used in bank accounts, online transactions, and payment apps, a CBDC would be a liability of a central bank, like the Federal Reserve.

As individuals and institutions weigh in on the Fed’s paper, you need to explore how central bank digital currency would affect banks, credit unions, fintech providers, and accountholders. The comment period will end in May, so it is essential to consider these issues immediately.

  • How would a CBDC differ from other forms of digital currency?
  • How will banks and credit unions be involved?
  • Would this be good or bad for traditional financial institutions?
  • Would a CBDC replace or augment fintech offerings?
  • What privacy and security risks are created by a CBDC?
  • How could a CBDC accelerate payments?
  • How are other countries’ central banks approaching digital currency?
  • Should you respond to the Fed’s discussion paper?

Who Should Attend?

  • Bank and credit union staff
    • Compliance officers
    • CEOs
    • Financial crime compliance staff
    • Consumer compliance staff
    • Business unit and department managers
    • Compliance attorneys
    • Other financial institution officers and managers
    • Auditors
    • Cryptocurrency program managers
    • Chief information security officers
  • Fintech professionals
    • Compliance officers
    • CEOs
    • Vice presidents and directors of product
    • Product managers
    • Financial systems managers
    • Banking operations managers
    • Business operations managers
    • Digital banking managers
    • Payments directors
    • Risk management staff
    • Information security leaders
    • Partnership directors
    • Account managers
    • Contract managers
    • General counsel

Expert Presenter

Timothy Dunfey

  • Expert witness and lawyer with 40+ years experience
  • Former consulting counsel with the International Monetary Fund
  • Advises numerous financial institutions and foreign financial regulators
  •  JD Degree

Ross Delston

  • Expert witness and lawyer with 40+ years experience
  • Former consulting counsel with the International Monetary Fund
  • Advises numerous financial institutions and foreign financial regulators
  • JD Degree

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