Engagements and events

As the focus of the efforts in the G20 cross-border payments programme shifts from analysis to implementation, the improvements to underlying systems and arrangements require global coordination and the commitment of public authorities and the private sector, all working together. It is important that the full range of stakeholders across the globe support each other and collaborate to make possible a step-change in cross-border payments. The CPMI is working together with relevant stakeholders and seeks their input via joint groups, workshops, consultations and surveys.

BIS/CPMI events

Other events

10 Oct 2022 Sibos 2022: The world is watching: Hitting G20 targets for cross-border payments
31 Aug 2022 Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE): How more global coordination can make cross-border payments faster, cheaper, and safer
22 Aug 2022 Global Association of Women in Payments: Pause for payments – payments matter
16 Jul 2022 Festival Ekonomi Keuangan Digital Indonesia (FEKDI) 2022: Advancing digital technology and finance: synergistic and inclusive ecosystem for accelerated recovery – cross-border payments
24 Feb 2022 ABFER-ABS Industry Outreach Panel:The Impact of Fin-tech Revolution, Digitalisation and Digital Currencies on the Financial System
13 Jan 2022 Toronto Centre: The Road to COP26: Payment Systems, Supervision and Inclusion in the Digital Age
22 Nov 2021 Bank of Italy and Monetary Authority of Singapore: Joint webinar on cross-border interlinking of fast payment systems
20 Oct 2021 Bangkok FinTech Fair 2021: Cross-border payment connectivity
13 Oct 2021 Sibos 2021: A roadmap to enhance cross-border payments
27 Sep 2021 Bank of Italy: Enhancing digital and global infrastructures in cross-border payments: a webinar on the future of payments
 3 Sep 2021 The Payments Association: The Insights Interview with Victoria Cleland
19 Oct 2020 IMF Conference: Cross-Border Payments-A New Beginning
06 Oct 2020 Sibos 2020: Advancing cross-border payments