Inclusive Finance India is a global policy platform on financial Inclusion setup with the objective of enabling cross-pollination of best practices and breakthroughs,specifically to influence India’s Financial Inclusion strategy and campaign. Inclusive Finance India, with its legacy of more than 14 years, has provided a strong articulation for building a vision and a strong ecosystem with clearly defined roles for stakeholders and making key recommendations on financial inclusion policy, regulation, supervision, technology advancements, client protection and institutional framework.
Mondato Summits are executive conferences focused on thought leadership in the Digital Finance & Commerce (DFC) space. With a content-rich, interactive format, Mondato Summits bring together leading experts and their peers to undertake substantive dialogue, uncover actionable insights and advance common objectives.
AlHuda Center of Islamic Banking and Economics (AlHuda CIBE) has planned to conduct “8th Global Islamic Microfinance Forum” with a two-day post-event training workshop on "Islamic Microfinance –Operations, Practices and Outreach” on 27 -28 November 2018.
Global Islamic Microfinance Forum (GIMF) is an annual apex gathering of Islamic Microfinance, Rural Finance, funder/ donor agencies, multilateral organizations and other allied sectors of microfinance to address the poverty problems and their solutions through Islamic Microfinance.
The 25th World Congress is co-organized by WSBI, the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), State Bank of India and the National Savings Institute. The World Congress aims at bringing WSBI members and all interested retail bankers and stakeholders together to discuss the topics that define the future of the retail banking sector.
It will also showcase the positive role of locally-focused banks in bringing the fruits of globalization to the local level. Rural finance, financial inclusion and digitization will be particularly discussed topics.
European Microfinance Week is a key industry event hosting high level and in-depth discussions by all sectors of the financial inclusion community working worldwide. Welcoming 500 professionals from dozens of countries each year, it’s a unique meeting point and an excellent forum for networking. The unparalleled three-day event attracts leading experts, opinion-leaders and policy-makers to its plenaries and workshop sessions tackling front line topics.
The African startup ecosystem is on the move. Not only is the number of ventures growing, but the quality of the businesses is improving. Never before has the pipeline of African innovation been so investible. And where talent leads the way, money is close to follow.
The Africa Investment Forum is where project sponsors, borrowers, lenders and investors will come together to accelerate Africa’s investment opportunities.
The Africa Investment Forum, the African Development Bank, and its partners will accelerate private sector investments in Africa through a combination of:
Pipeline Development: Pooling the collective efforts of development institutions to augment project pipelines, visibility, and deal screening. Partners will bring their respective projects on to the African Investment Forum platform;
During this one-day event, more than 125 leaders from the financial services, consumer products, and technology industries, investors, philanthropists and government will examine key issues in financial inclusion and advance innovations for low-income women through a variety of panel discussions and workshops.
This Forum provides an interactive and open environment for discussing lessons learned and exchanging experiences on forefront issues confronting practitioners working in inclusive insurance. The Forum is a pre-conference session that is part of the 14th International Microinsurance Conference, which is hosted by the Microinsurance Technical Advisory Group of Zambia (TAG) and the Munich Re Foundation in cooperation with the Microinsurance Network. The Forum is open to all conference participants.
Sanabel’s members represent some of the pioneers of microfinance in the Arab region who have been successfully capable of transforming from microcredit programs to microfinance institutions, companies and banks, developing various financial and non-financial products and services, adopting innovative delivery channels and reaching out to new market segments which enabled them to achieve sustainability. Their journey reconfirmed that with a clear focus, the goal was achieved.