Central Bank Digital CurrenciesOnline event
This series of seminars on the future of FMI, hosted by the LSE Law School, was established in 2020 in order to provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussion of the most pressing issues relating to this systemic part of the global financial markets. Our theme for 2022/23’s programme is ‘Assessing New Developments’. With this theme in mind, we are organising a series of events to contextualise and develop contemporary debates around central counterparties, clearing, settlement and the role of new technologies in FMI. For our next event, we are delighted to be hosting John Kiff, speaking on the topic of Central Bank Digital Currencies.