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The Fintech Market in Turkey – 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 Turkey in the context of the potential contribution (positive and negative) to financial inclusion and financial health of individuals and small businesses.       Read the publication: TURKEY_FINTECH CASE STUDY

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

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

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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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Customer digital behaviour #DigLitBootcamp

Customer digital behaviour 31 March 2020, Tuesday, 11:00-12:00 (Warsaw, Amsterdam, Sarajevo) TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE You are a #DigLitBootcamp participant? To obtain the link to watch the video please contact: Ewa Bańkowska at ewa@mfc.org.pl Do you wonder how to communicate with Millennials (generation Y), and generation Z? Join us for the webinar, that will discuss the differences between the two generations ...

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Call for Insights: SME Finance Outlook 2030 #SMEFinanceInsights2030

  The Global SME Finance Forum 2020 meeting connects more than 650 senior bankers, tech leaders and policymakers from 75 or more countries. It is the largest, most high-level, technically in-depth meeting on SME financing that occurs in the world each year. Visit Global SME Finance Forum 2020 official website.   To celebrate the new decade, this year’s Global SME ...

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e-MFP European Microfinance Award 2020 Now Open For Applications – Saving Groups Encouraged

MFC project LETS SAVEE, launched this year is covering a topic of saving groups. Check out the project’s webpage. Our partner e-MFP is awarding best practices in social finance, this time the prize is €100,000 and the theme of this years edition is Encouraging Effective & Inclusive Savings.  The European Microfinance Award 2020 ‘Encouraging Effective & Inclusive Savings’ is now ...

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The Fintech Market in The Netherlands – 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 the Netherlands in the context of the potential contribution (positive and negative) to financial inclusion and financial health of individuals and small businesses. Read : NETHERLANDS_FINTECH CASE STUDY  

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

The case study present findings on the current state of the fintech industry in Czech Republic in the context of the potential contribution (positive and negative) to financial inclusion and financial health of individuals and small businesses. READ : Czech Republic_FINTECH CASE STUDY

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Join the EaSI Technical Assistance Webinar on Microfinance Regulation in Europe

The webinar, taking place on 19 March, will focus on microfinance regulation across Europe. Title: Microcredit regulation: main trends and implications for MFIs in Europe Date: 19 March, 11:00-12:00 CET Language: English Registration: Register here This webinar will provide an overview of the different legal contexts within which non-bank microfinance institutions (MFIs) are allowed to operate in their respective markets, highlighting ...

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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) WATCH THE WEBINAR AND FILL IN THE TEST – below 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 ...

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