ICCOS Americas 2003 Presentations


  • The Impact of ‘9/11’ on the Federal Reserve Bank of New York: Implementation of Disaster Contingency, by Joseph P. Botta, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Currency Services Pricing – Trends and Impacts of Pending Legislation, by James D. Fox, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Currency Decontamination Concepts, by Frank Masyada & Stephen (James) Krout, Thermal Technology Services Inc.
  • How Secure is Cash?, by Mary Ellen Withrow, Former U.S. Treasurer
  • Anti-Money Laundering Software, by David Kelly, Jambrex, Inc.
  • Panel Discussion - Should Banknotes Be Tracked?, Panelists: Richard G. Haycock, Currency Research Limited, David McDougall, Currency Consulting International & Theodore Paraskevakos, iCVn, Inc.
  • A Helping Hand for Decision Makers, by Marianne St. Denis, De La Rue, Banking & Cash Solutions
  • Update on the U.S. Federal Reserve New Note Series, by Jon Cameron, U.S. Bureau of Engraving & Printing
  • Commercial Cash Transactions In India, Challenges, by S.S.V. Krishna Rao, Eeshaan Automation Pvt. Limited
  • Global Outsourcing Trends, by Richard G. Haycock, Currency Research Limited & Alan Gerard, De La Rue Systems
  • Why Commercial Banks are Getting Out of the Currency Business in Europe, by Keith Richbell, Travelex Currency Services, Ltd.
  • Update on Currency and Coin, by Anthony Dazzo, Federal Reserve System Cash Product Office
  • Software Tools for Optimization of Cash Operations, by Terry Glude, Productivity Systems International, Inc
  • The Changing Roles of Cash Handlers, by K Paul Blond, Currency Consulting International
  • Individual Vault Consolidations-Closing or Outsourcing, by Rosemary Martin, Bank of America
  • Cash Replenishment, Getting the Balance Right, by Ed Brindley, De La Rue Cash Systems
  • Automating to Efficiency; Reengineering Cash Services at Union Bank of California, by David Thelander, Union Bank of California