A century of Dutch retail payments: a lecture by Simon Lelieveldt on 18-1-2018

A century of Dutch retail payments: a lecture by Simon Lelieveldt on 18-1-2018

th, the near future of retail payments will also be subject to significant developments. On January 18th, regulatory and compliance consultant Simon Lelieveldt will give a public lecture regarding the development of the retail payments industry over the last century, in which he will focus in particular on the technological, economic and regulatory interactions that shaped the Dutch market. Additionally, he will share some insights from his upcoming publication on the development of Dutch retail payments from 1900 onwards. The lecture will be held at The Hague Campus of the Leiden University, at Schouwburgstraat 2 in The Hague. The event will take place from 14.00 – 15.00 with coffee afterwards. The event is free of charge and upfront registration is not necessary. The lecture will be given in English. The event precedes the ESB-conference on innovation and retail payments. The ESB-conference is also free of entry, yet registration is required. For more information on Simon Lelieveldt’s lecture and publications, please click here.]]>

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