The Inclusive FinTech Forum is the global platform on Financial Inclusion and FinTech for good with a focus on emerging markets.
This year’s inaugural event will be held in Kigali, Rwanda, from 20 to 22 June and will gather around 2,000 delegates including Heads of State, Governors, Ministers, Founders, Investors, and the Youth over 3-days to align on the implementation, policies, and partnerships that will harness to accelerate banking in emerging markets.
The event is a unique collaboration between Kigali International Financial Centre (KIFC), Rwanda’s financial centre facilitating international investment and cross-board transactions in Africa, and Elevandi, a company set up by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to advance FinTech in the digital economy.
The platform aims to foster implementation strategies for the inclusive and sustainable development of FinTech through deep-dive roundtables and workshops and showcasing best-in-class inclusive FinTech projects.
Read the Full Agenda of the Inclusive FinTech Forum here:
The focus for the Inclusive FinTech Forum will be to align, progress and drive scale in the following areas:
· DIGITAL PAYMENTS – How to implement affordable and scalable interoperable payment Infrastructure as a digital public good.
· DIGITAL LENDING – How to scale and sustain affordable digital lending products for low and middle-income segments.
· MICRO-WEALTH MANAGEMENT – How to design micro-wealth and investment products and services for low and middle-income earners.
· INSURANCE & PENSIONS – How to develop and deploy micro-insurance and pension products for low and middle-income earners.
· CAPITAL MARKETS INFRASTRUCTURE – How to develop capital markets infrastructure for emerging markets to accelerate financial inclusion.
· ESG FINANCING – How to invest in and develop ESG-based financial products for all income segments.
Guest of Honour:
H.E Paul Kagame, The President of the Republic of Rwanda
· Tidjane Thiam, Board Chairman, Rwanda Finance Limited
· Ravi Menon, Managing Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)
· John Rwangombwa, Central Bank Governor, Rwanda
· Dr. Segun Aina, President, Africa Fintech Network
· Anna Ekeledo, Executive Director, AfriLabs
· Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, Founding Partner & CEO, Funds for Africa’s Future (Future Africa)
· Dr. Kingsley Obiora, Deputy Governor, Economic Policy, Central Bank of Nigeria
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