9 episodes

The Cash & Crises Podcast series are conversations with experts on major issues facing the use of cash by societies during crisis.This podcast series is brought to you by CashEssentials, a private sector initiative with a social mission to support the relief and development community in understanding how cash is managed for society in times of crisis. Visit us: www.cashessentials.org Follow us: @CashEssentials

Cash and Crises Podcast Series CashEssentials

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The Cash & Crises Podcast series are conversations with experts on major issues facing the use of cash by societies during crisis.This podcast series is brought to you by CashEssentials, a private sector initiative with a social mission to support the relief and development community in understanding how cash is managed for society in times of crisis. Visit us: www.cashessentials.org Follow us: @CashEssentials

    EP9: Who Owns Cash?

    EP9: Who Owns Cash?

    In this ninth episode, James Shepherd-Barron sits down with Richard Wall, former Head of Currency at the Bank of Canada and chair of The International Association of Currency Affairs (IACA) to discuss who owns cash and what it would mean for society were it to be removed?

    • 30 min
    EP8: Cloud Money

    EP8: Cloud Money

    In this eight episode, James Shepherd-Barron talks to Brett Scott about his latest book 'Cloud Money'. In a wide-ranging discussion, they take a deeper look at the political economy of cash and the ideology driving the erosion of cash-based systems.

    • 36 min
    EP7: Cash in Transit

    EP7: Cash in Transit

    In this seventh episode, James Shepherd-Barron sits down with Luis Oro, Director of Innovation at Prosegur Cash, to discuss cash, how it moves around in less developed countries, and the role it plays in society.

    • 27 min
    EP6: Card Payments

    EP6: Card Payments

    In this sixth episode of the Cash and Crises podcast series, James Shepherd-Barron sits down with Thomas Byrnes, founder and CEO of Market Impact, a consultancy, to discuss debit cards and how they are used in humanitarian action.

    • 20 min
    EP5: Role of the Central Bank

    EP5: Role of the Central Bank

    People only realise how important central banks are to their lives in times of crisis. In this fifth episode of the Cash and Crises podcast series, James Shepherd-Barron, sits down with Antti Heinonen, chairman of the Banknote Ethics Initiative and long-time central banker in Finland, to discuss the role central banks play for societies in crisis, including issues such as liquidity management, business continuity and coordination.

    • 30 min
    EP4: Resilience

    EP4: Resilience

    In our fourth episode of the Cash and Crises podcast series, James Shepherd-Barron sits down with Alan Boaden, former Head of Currency at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, to discuss the resilience of cash in times of crisis and what central banks can do to support disaster response and recovery efforts. 

    • 22 min

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