Earlier this year, the Cashless Society working party engaged with the "Access to Cash” review and attended its first roundtable. Recently, one of its members also attended a Payment Services Regulator led event focused on reviewing the structure of the Link interchange fees. Moreover, its “Cashless Society in 2018” paper has been attracting interest, notably as supporting material for a House of Commons session in May about financial exclusion and access to cash. The paper has now also been selected for an autumn academic conference at the law faculty of the University of Copenhagen, on the theme of “fair and non discriminatory access to financial services”. The working party will also present a session at the yearly GI seminar in Kuala Lumpur early in the winter, co-organised by the IFoA with CAS, IAAust and the Actuarial Society of Malaysia.
See all the working parties outputs on their IFoA webpage.