How fintech contributes to economic empowerment, inclusion, and social justice

Presented by

JS Gourevitch, Nathan Naidoo (Vodafone), Louise Holden (Mastercard), Chris Denny (Loot), Kyai Mullei (M-Changa), Maxim Thorne

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Fintech has demonstrated in emerging countries that it can contribute efficiently to financial inclusion and sustainable development. Mobile payments, Mobile lending and savings and other services/products are providing new ways for excluded people to be better integrated and reach a better financial and social position. Join this webinar where the key points that will be tackled include: -Issues existing in developed countries despite an attempt to develop new solutions through regulation/legislation (e.g. universal bank accounts) and fintech could be providing new tools to address considerable needs in the US and Europe -P2P lending could unlock some market segments that are very badly addressed by incumbent banks (e.g. SMEs/SMBs Lending, Mortage markets) -Easy to use mobile/digital banks targeting the unbanked markets or markets such as students and foreign students that are either left unaddressed or badly addressed by incumbent banks would bring new positive contributions to financial inclusion.

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