Forthcoming Reconnaissance Events

Forthcoming Reconnaissance Events


As a result of ongoing concerns and uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing restrictions on international travel, Reconnaissance has decided to move its remaining 2020 conferences into 2021. 

We continue to monitor national and international developments and are working closely with the central banks, relevant government departments, sponsors/exhibitors/delegates and our hotel venues to take these exceptional actions in order to protect the safety and welfare of all, hence moving to the below dates and in some cases new locations that are considered relatively centralised and more accessible destinations for most attendees.

The revised dates are as follows:

HSP Asia – 18-20 January 2021 – Colombo, Sri Lanka

HSP Latin America – 8-10 March 2021 -  Mexico City, Mexico

Digital Document Security – 2-4 February 2021 - Vienna, Austria

The Future of Cash –17-18 February 2021 - Madrid, Spain

Tax Stamp & Traceability Forum – 12–14 April 2021 - Malta

HSP EMEA, June 2021 – location TBC

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