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Open Banking, Open APIs, and Open architecture #DigLitBootcamp

Open Banking, Open APIs, and Open architecture [track 5] 24 March 2020, Tuesday, 11:00-12:00 (Warsaw, Amsterdam, Sarajevo) Opening the “open” – during the webinar, we will unpack the concept of “Open” banking, “Open” APIs, “Open” architecture. The webinar will help key decision makers in the financial institution discuss strategic decisions related to investment into information systems and software. We will ...

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Webinars: How an MFI can act best during the time of the pandemic? Learn from the others’ practices & share yours!

MFC and EMN are jointly organizing a series of webinars aiming to help you cope with the pandemic effects – how to protect your Staff and Clients? – how to cope with pandemic effects on MFI’s businesses? In the times of COVID-19 pandemic, it is the most vulnerable who are to be affected the most – our clients. The initiatives ...

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MFI in social media: good practice in BCRS #DigLitBootcamp

MFI in social media: good practice in BCRS [track 2]  17 March 2020, Tuesday, 11:00-12:00 (Warsaw, Amsterdam, Sarajevo) How can your MFI use social media for new clients on-boarding or engaging with existing clients? This webinar will discuss the experience of BCRS from UK in using Twitter and LinkedIn to engage with clients and network of agents. You will learn ...

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MFC-EMN Annual Conference Postponed until October 2020

    The Covid-19 pandemic currently affecting all of us has generated a great deal of uncertainty for large gatherings scheduled in the coming months. We have therefore decided to   postpone the MFC-EMN Annual Conference until October 2020   Registration will be closed until we clarify the situation, more information will follow. Stay tuned, and stay safe!     ...

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COVID-19 Pandemic Announcement – MFC Working On-line to Support Members

Taking into account the current pandemic of coronavirus and the epidemic state introduced by Polish authorities, MFC Team is now working remotely. Any kind of activities planned in the field are postponed or moved on-line, at least those planned until the end of March. We are now organizing ourselves to support our Members and the microfinance sector. A series of ...

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Digital Finance Tech Handbook

“Digital Finance Tech Handbook” is a short and practical handbook for microfinance managers in Europe and Central Asia (ECA) that aims to build an understanding of the main technological trends and solutions that support future growth. Read the publication: TECH HANDBOOK

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Over 1 900 000 people reached by Borrow Wisely Campaign 2019! Join us in 2020 and spread the word about smart borrowing

How was BWC 2019? First of all: Congratulations to all of the participating institutions, You have done a great job! Client’s workshops and fairs, along with one-on-one meetings for borrowers organized at the MFI’s branches; educational materials distributed through on-line channels : websites and social media; many kinds of different events limited only by MFI’s/Associations’ imagination – that is how Borrow ...

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The Contribution of the Fintech Sector to Financial Inclusion and Health – A Review of Opportunities and Challenges

The case studies present findings on the current state of the fintech industry in six countries: (UK, Netherlands, Poland, Ukraine, Turkey and the Czech Republic) in the context of their potential contribution (positive and negative) to financial inclusion and financial health of individuals and small businesses. The summary paper offers a comparative analysis of fintechs’contribution to financial inclusion and health ...

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Innovations in EU Policy and Legislation

“Innovations in EU Policy and Legislation” aims to inform MFC members of the implications of recent EU legislation and policies in financial services, and to assist them in identifying potential market opportunities. Read the paper:  Innovations in EU Policy and Legislation

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The Fintech Market in Ukraine – The Current State of the Fintech Sector And Its Potential to Contribute to Financial Inclusion and Health

The case study presents findings on the current state of the fintech industry in Ukraine in the context of the potential contribution (positive and negative) to financial inclusion and financial health of individuals and small businesses.   Read the publication: UKRAINE_FINTECH CASE STUDY  

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