CBDCs – the Potential to Transform Liquidity Management?

 

Wednesday 19th July | 3:00 pm (UK) 10:00 am (EST)

With:

| Richard Dzina (The Clearing House)

| Stephen Wojciechowicz (Bank of New York Mellon)

 

In Session #11 of the FMI Broadcast, guests Richard Dzina and Stephen Wojciechowicz join FNA as we examine whether CBDCs have the potential to transform liquidity management. The webinar will explore how retail and wholesale CBDCs could change how liquidity is exchanged and managed and evaluate the implications of CBDCs on Financial Market Infrastructures (FMIs) and Financial Institutions as we discuss the potential benefits, challenges and considerations associated with this potentially transformative shift.

 

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Session #11 Guests

 

Richard Dzina

Senior Vice President, The Clearing House

 

Stephen Wojciechowicz

Senior  Principal, Bank of New York Mellon

 

 

 

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