Cameron Nili

Project Fellow, Financial Market Infrastructure Modernization & Wholesale CBDC, Accenture

Cam Nili is a Digital Assets Strategy Director at Accenture, where he leads projects focused on adopting and scaling tokenization and web3 primitives. He has spent the past two years serving as a Research Fellow at the Digital Dollar Project and World Economic Forum, where he has focused on examining the advantages and trade-offs associated with implementing tokenized payment instruments, like central bank digital currencies and stablecoins, into regulated financial markets. Cam has authored several papers on this topic and actively collaborates with financial institutions, including banks, central banks, and financial market infrastructures, on designing and implementing strategies to modernize their infrastructures. He continues to contribute to the global dialogue on these topics by exploring the confluence of policy, technology, and business.

Before his fellowship positions, Cam was an engagement lead for digital innovation programs. His work included applying artificial intelligence solutions to optimize financial processes, implementing major cloud service providers at Fortune 500 companies, and embedding Industry 4.0 capabilities for a global chemicals company.

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