FinTech Policy Forum in Amman, Jordan - Opening Remarks from HE Dr. Ziad Fariz, Governor of Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ)

April 3rd, 2018

Today we have more than 100 central bankers and policy makers gathering from the whole world in a unique event of its kind addressing Fintech from regulators' perspective.

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FinTech Policy Forum in Amman, Jordan - Opening Remarks from AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba

April 3rd, 2018

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the “Fintech Policy Forum” in Amman - a collaboration between Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) and Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI). This event brings together Over 100 policy makers and regulators from Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean representing 50 countries and 49 institutions.

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15th CEMC & 17th FID Working Group Meetings - Opening Remarks from AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba

March 5th, 2018

The first Working Group meetings this year bring together members from the Consumer Empowerment & Market Conduct and Financial Inclusion Data groups. Read opening remarks from the AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba.

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Training of Trainers on Instructional Strategies - Closing Remarks by AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba

February 26th, 2018

This training is the first event of the journey of 2018, especially designed to enhance the quality of AFI programs. Read the closing remarks from the AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba.

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Training of Trainers on Instructional Strategies - Opening Remarks by AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba

February 19th, 2018

This training is the first event of the journey of 2018, especially designed to enhance the quality of AFI programs. Read the opening remarks from AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba.

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Swaziland's NFIS Launch - Opening Remarks by Prime Minister Dr. Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini

January 19th, 2018

Swaziland's NFIS Launch, Thursday, 17 January, 2018 Swaziland Opening Remarks by Prime Minister Dr. Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini Programme Director, Honourable Minister of Finance, Cabinet Ministers Present, Principal Secretaries of the Ministries, Governor of the Central Bank of Swaziland, CEO, FSRA, Deputy Executive Director of AFI, Mr Nobert Mumba, Representative of FinMark Trust, Chairperson of the Swaziland Bankers Association, CEOs of the Financial Industry,

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Swaziland's NFIS Launch - Opening Remarks by AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba

January 19th, 2018

Ministry of Finance of Swaziland, Central Bank of Swaziland and other key stakeholders are joining hands to develop the national financial inclusion strategy - towards achieving inclusive economic growth and sustainable development, in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs).

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Joint Learning Programme on Digital Financial Services - Opening Remarks by S.K. Sur Chowdhury, Deputy Governor of Bangladesh Bank

December 5th, 2017

New digital technologies are a game changer for financial inclusion, opening up access to financial services for all sectors of society, and in the process helping dispel myths about financial inclusion.

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Joint Learning Programme on Digital Financial Services - Opening Remarks by AFI Deputy Executive Director, Norbert Mumba

December 5th, 2017

Welcome to the Joint Learning Programme on Digital Financial Services with a focus on promotion of financial inclusion — a joint collaboration of Bangladesh Bank and the Alliance for Financial Inclusion.

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High-Level Policy Forum, Venture Finance in the Arab World - Opening Remarks by Norbert Mumba, Deputy Executive Director, AFI

November 22nd, 2017

The theme “Venture Finance in the Arab World – Accelerating Arab Startups” and timing of this event is very relevant in today’s world. According to the United Nations, increasing number of youth supports the entrepreneurship ecosystem and thus more new Startups will continue to emerge. In 2017, a total of 1.21 billion youth around the world and this number is projected to increase 6.6% and could reach 1.29 billion by 2030.

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