It is unlikely any of the new US dollar banknote denominations will be printed on polymer, according to an associate director of the US Federal Reserve Board.
Speaking at the ATM & Cash Innovation Europe conference today (June 14), Michael Lambert said every country should analyse their own counterfeit risk when evaluating whether a move to polymer banknotes would be beneficial.
“We don’t have any immediate plans to change our substrate,” Lambert told Central Banking following his presentation
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