Practice Manager, Financial Infrastructure & Remittances Service Line, Head of the Payment Systems Development Group
Mr. Cirasino joined the World Bank in July 1998 and is is Manager of the Financial Infrastructure & Remittances Service Line and Head of the Payment Systems Development Group of the World Bank Group's Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation Global Practice. 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.
- Solving payments interoperability for universal financial access
- How much does it cost to pay?
- Why are payment services essential for financial inclusion?
- World Bank launches survey to assess the impact of de-risking on remittances
- More efficient ways to transfer remittances are emerging. Are migrants and their families ready to benefit from them?
- Lanzan “Proyecto Greenback 2.0 – Ciudades que abogan por las remesas” en Turín, Italia
- 'Project Greenback 2.0 – Remittance Champion Cities' Launched in Turin, Italy
- Putting $8.7 billion back in the pockets of Asia’s migrants
- ¿Cómo reducir altos costos de remesas a África?
- How can we cut the high costs of remittances to Africa?
- ¿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?
- Why should governments care about improving their payment programs?
- Closing the Gap in Retail Payments