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CBDC and Fiscal Operations

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

Online public event

Speakers

Ousmène Jacques Mandeng

Ousmène Jacques Mandeng

LSE and Accenture

Dr Ian Roxan

Dr Ian Roxan

LSE

Gerardo Uña

Gerardo Uña

IMF

Moderator

Piroska Nagy-Mohácsi

Macroeconomic Advisory Group, New York

Attend the closing session of the Central Bank Digital Currencies: International and Domestic Challenges online conference on CBDC and Fiscal Operations

Most fiscal operations have a monetary impact. Yet, the programmability of CBDC would allow to integrate fiscal operations into payments to facilitate new approaches to taxation or benefit distribution. It may require a new setting where e.g. the central bank extends the authority to program CBDC to the national revenue agency.

Meet our speakers and chair

Ousmène Jacques Mandeng is a Senior Advisor and Lead of Economic and Financial Strategy with Accenture’s Blockchain and Multiparty Systems and a Visiting Fellow at LSE. He co-leads Accenture’s campaign globally for the dissemination of central bank digital currencies (CBDC) and thought leadership on the wider implication of the digital transformation in payments. He worked more than 20 years in the financial sector and international organisations on international investment and economic policy analyses.

Ian Roxan is Associate Professor of Law at LSE. He is a non-practising solicitor in England and is an Ontario (Canada) barrister and solicitor. His Cambridge PhD dissertation was in Economics, and examined the trust as an economic institution. He began his career practising trust and tax law with a firm in Toronto. He has also worked in the Tax Policy Branch of the Canadian Department of Finance, where he was involved in developing tax policy and drafting legislation for three Budgets.

Gerardo Uña is a Senior Economist in the Fiscal Affairs Department at the IMF. He provides capacity development to governments in Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, and South Asian countries on treasury management, public investment, and financial management information systems (FMIS). Currently he is leading digital innovations and public financial management initiatives at the Fiscal Affairs Department. He previously worked at the Ministry of Finance of Chile, the Ministry of Finance of Argentina, and the Ministry of Finance of Paraguay.

Piroska Nagy-Mohácsi (@NagyMohacsi)  is Academic partner and consultant at Macroeconomic Advisory Group, New York. Previously she was Interim Director and Programme Director at the Institute of Global Affairs (IGA) at the School of Public Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) between 2021-2015. Prior to that she was Director for Policy at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) (2008-2015); and worked in senior positions in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) (1986- 2008) on surveillance, and led IMF programs in Russia, other former Soviet Union countries, and Africa. She was Senior Adviser at Fitch Ratings in 2003-04 and visiting lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1996-97.

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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