Dear ATMIA Member,

Reserve Bank Governor, Phillip Lowe in December last year emphasized the everyday use and necessity of cash. Speaking about the evolution of the payments system, Dr Lowe was clear: “I can see the end of the cheque system, but I can’t see the end of the cash system”. As we enter a new decade, we can be confident of the role cash and ATMs will play both now and into the future.
Harnessing the unique strengths and opportunities provided through ATMs will be the object of the upcoming Next Gen ATMs and Payments conference, to be held in Sydney on 29th to 30th July 2020. Speaking slots have now opened and anyone interested in presenting is encouraged to contact Sandra Smith at

We also look forward to continuing our work in providing advocacy and leadership to the industry. Through the Strategic Direction Committee we will maintain our constructive relationships with organizations such as the Reserve Bank, alongside the many law enforcement authorities across our region. ATMIA will also be presenting at the Australian Banking Association's security issue working group, as well as keeping its members continually informed of relevant industry issues. We strongly recommend for our members in 2020 to join this forum and as a means to promote open dialogue across the industry. 
As 2020 marks the beginning of a crucial year and decade for the industry: by working together through ATMIA we can ensure that the next 10 years are marked by technological innovation and growth, as we meet the opportunities of the future,
Wishing you all a successful 2020,
Sandra Smith
Executive Director, Asia Pacific 
C: +61 424 300 660

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ATMIA CEO Q&A: 'Cash and digital payments need to coexist'

Contributing Editor: Amy Castor,
Mike Lee is the quintessential diplomat. The CEO of the ATM Industry Association greets you with a smile and a warm handshake. He is the sort of person who appears to always have time for everyone.
But in meeting him, what you quickly learn is that despite his pleasant demeanor, Lee is a man with strong convictions, fiercely devoted to defending the use of cash.
Last week at ATMIA Europe in Rome, ATM Marketplace caught up with him over cappuccino for a long chat about the war on cash and the future of ATMs. We even asked him about bitcoin.

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If not, we invite you to join the over 250 companies who are part of ATMIA’s Consortium for Next Gen ATMs, which is developing a new API App model for future ATMs. Be part of the future with over 55 banks and financial institutions and the top IADs in the world.

It is free for ATMIA members to join this global movement – simply email Mike at to become part of this critical exercise to ensure our technologies stay relevant for the next generation.

The consortium has already published a Next Gen business case toolkit, which identifies 22 cost-saving opportunities through embracing Next Gen architecture, 14 ways of improving revenue and 8 ways to build brand value. It enables a company to calculate potential Return on Investment depending on which sector of the industry you are in. View the toolkit on the
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This project will shape the future in many ways creating a relevant and popular ATM for a new generation of consumers.
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Is ATMIA's Executive Director, Sandra Smith, for the Asia Pacific region. Feel free to reach Sandra by email at or telephone +61 424 300 660 anytime. 
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