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February 26, 2015
8:00am - 4:30pm
Harvard Club of New York
35 West 44th Street
New York, New York
• How do retail payment systems actually create value?
• What have been the key productive innovations in the retail payment system in the last decade? Are the use of mobile payment and digital money among them?
• What are the policy grounds for state intervention in the payment systems and do
such interventions produce unintended, undesirable consequences?
• What are the risks for global interoperability posed by a lack of coordinated national regulation and state interventions in the operations of retail payment systems?
Panelists, Speakers and Moderators Include:
• Yussur Abrar, African Development Bank
• Francisco Burelli, Innovalue
• Bob Chakravorti, The Clearing House
• Massimo Cirasino, International Bank for Reconstruction Development (World Bank)
• Peter Ehmke, Edgar Dunn
• Joel Feinberg, Sidley Austin
• Alan Frankel, Coherent Economics
• Ben Fung, Bank of Canada
• Geoffrey Gerdes, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
• Benjamin Geva, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto
• Tim Jones, Nest UK
• Ronald Mann, Columbia University School of Law
• Geoffrey Manne, International Center for Law & Economics
• Hal S. Scott, Harvard Law School
• Bjorn Segendorf, Sveriges Riksbank
• Francisco Tur Hartmann, European Central Bank
• Ather Williams III, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
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