Manager, Financial Infrastructure Service Line
Mr. Cirasino joined the World Bank in July 1998 and is Manager of the Financial Infrastructure Service Line and Head of the Payment Systems Development Group of the Financial and Private Sector Development Vice Presidency (FPD). Mr. Cirasino has been involved in payment system reforms in 50+ countries. Mr. Cirasino worked at Banca d’Italia in the Payment System Department from 1993 to 1996, and, later on, in the Representative Office in New York.
- ¿Por qué es importante para los gobiernos mejorar sus sistemas de pago?
- Por que os governos deveriam se importar com a melhoria dos seus sistemas de pagamento?
- More efficient ways to transfer remittances are emerging. Are migrants and their families ready to benefit from them?
- 'Project Greenback 2.0 – Remittance Champion Cities' Launched in Turin, Italy
- Putting $8.7 billion back in the pockets of Asia’s migrants
- How can we cut the high costs of remittances to Africa?
- Why should governments care about improving their payment programs?
- Closing the Gap in Retail Payments
- Lanzan “Proyecto Greenback 2.0 – Ciudades que abogan por las remesas” en Turín, Italia
- ¿Cómo reducir altos costos de remesas a África?