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CBDC: inter-operability between DLT platforms

Hosted by LSE School of Public Policy, the Centre for Macroeconomics and Accenture

Online public event

Speakers

Ricardo Correia

Ricardo Correia

R3

Darko Pilav

Darko Pilav

Digital Asset

Matthieu Saint Olive

Matthieu Saint Olive

ConsenSys

Professor Kathy Yuan

Professor Kathy Yuan

LSE

Moderator

Peter-Antonius Bramm

SAP

Attend the the second session of the Central Bank Digital Currencies: International and Domestic Challenges online conference on Inter-operability between DLT platforms

The adoption of CBDC remains constrained amid concerns that without common standards CBDC issued on one platform may not be able to serve as settlement medium on other platforms. What are the latest approaches to solve inter-operability and are those sufficient?

Meet our speakers and chair

Ricardo Correia is the head of Product Business Development and Commercial Strategy for Digital Currencies (CBDC and Stablecoins) at R3. He and his team have spent the last 12 months developing and running a global CBDC working group with over 100 members, including major central banks from around the world. He initially served as Head of APAC at R3 for the first 18 months, growing the team and working with member banks across the region. He then spent 3 years as Gobal Head of Strategic Alliances & Partnerships, building a network of 300+ global partners who develop solutions and offer services on Corda.

Darko Pilav is a Director of Client Experience Engineering with Digital Asset in Zurich where he manages the local team and oversees product development for the company’s high-growth Client Experience business. Darko is one of the original Authors of Daml, Digital Asset’s intuitive and open-source smart contract language. Since joining Digital Asset, he has led engineering teams responsible for developing the developer tools that complement Daml (e.g. the Daml SDK), and oversaw the implementation of client use cases for some of the largest financial institutions and market infrastructures in Central Europe.

Matthieu Saint Olive is strategic global CBDC Advisor at ConsenSys.

Kathy Yuan is Professor of Finance at LSE.

Peter-Antonius Bramm is Global Head of Central Banks and Innovation Manager for DLT in Banking at SAP.

More about this event

This event is part of the Central Bank Digital Currencies: International and Domestic Challenges online conference which will address current cutting edge questions related to the development and deployment of CBDC bringing together scholars, central banks, banks, and fintech companies to facilitate an inter-active and inter-disciplinary dialogue on the relationship between CBDC and new roles for central bank money.

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The Centre For Macroeconomics (@CFMUK) brings together world-class experts to carry out pioneering research on the global economic crisis and to help design policies that alleviate it.

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