The Bank of England’s Journey to Polymer
The Bank of England’s latest Quarterly Bulletin (October 2021) features a major article on how the bank transitioned its full series of banknotes to polymer, and CCL Secure’s role in their production.
CCL Secure’s facility in Wigton, UK, is raising thousands of pounds (GBP) for local community projects and good causes.
Banco de México’s new 50-peso banknote – issued on 28th October 2021 – is the latest in a series of GUARDIANTM polymer banknotes issued in the bank’s G series of notes.
The Banco Central de Costa Rica (BCCR) has launched two new banknotes that complete the transition of the country’s full series of notes to polymer, using the world leading GUARDIAN substrate produced by CCL Secure.
Major additions to the capabilities of CCL Secure’s production lines worldwide are being driven by a brand new type of polymer banknote and new security technologies.
Banco de México’s new commemorative 20 peso banknote – issued on 24th September 2021 – is the latest in a series of GUARDIAN™ polymer banknotes issued in the bank’s G series of notes.
In our second Tipping Point webinar, we hear from Banco Central de Costa Rica, one of more than 30 central banks who have transitioned banknotes to CCL Secure’s GUARDIAN™ polymer. We’ll hear about why the decision was made in the first place and the lessons that have been learned along the way. We’ll also hear about the important role that design has to play in the successful launch of a polymer banknote.
CCL Secure’s ultra durable new SPARTANTM banknote is to feature in a Banknote Industry News webinar based on the magazine’s influential Banknote Technology Report (BTR).