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BANK AND NON-BANK AGENTS IN MOZAMBIQUE: ASSESSMENT AND BUSINESS MODELS TO EXPAND OUT REACH

Like many countries on the continent, Mozambique has seen several initiatives involving the use of retail agents: all three MNOs have launched mobile money programs since electronic-money institutions were permitted by the Central Bank of Mozambique in 2011, and a handful of banks have launched their own banking agent programs over the last few years. Yet, to-date, the presence of bank and non-bank agents, particularly in semi-urban and rural areas, remains limited, as are the variety of products and services that are enabled at the agent site. FSDMoç Mozambique, commissioned Digital Disruptions, a

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN MOZAMBIQUE – TOURISM EDITION

The Financial Sector Deepening – Moçambique (FSDMoç) and Monitor Deloitte are proud to collaborate to produce this third edition of Investment Opportunities in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Mozambique, in the tourism Sector. The objective of the joint Monitor Deloitte & FSD Moçambique publication is to exhibit investment opportunities in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), with the intention of reducing informal asymmetries thus promoting access to capital, growth opportunities and, above all, job creation

Evaluation of Mobile Money Uptake – FSDMoç

  The Financial Sector Deepening, Moçambique (FSDMoç) is a six-year programme funded by the UK International Development Agency (DFID) and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) whose mission is to identify and partner with key market stakeholders, offering targeted investments and insights to promote the financial sector to improve financial inclusion. FSDMoç partnered with M-Pesa Mozambique (2016 to 2018) to increase the uptake of the mobile money in the country and to reinforce M-Pesa’s on-going Pedro strategy to increase the number of current M-Pesa customers (users) and to accelerate uptake by 1 million

BANK AND NON-BANK AGENTS IN MOZAMBIQUE: ASSESSMENT AND BUSINESS MODELS TO EXPAND OUT REACH

Like many countries on the continent, Mozambique has seen several initiatives involving the use of retail agents: all three MNOs have launched mobile money programs since electronic-money institutions were permitted by the Central Bank of Mozambique in 2011, and a handful of banks have launched their own banking agent programs over the last few years. Yet, to-date, the presence of bank and non-bank agents, particularly in semi-urban and rural areas, remains limited, as are the variety of products and services that are enabled at the agent site. FSDMoç Mozambique, commissioned Digital Disruptions, a

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN MOZAMBIQUE – TOURISM EDITION

The Financial Sector Deepening – Moçambique (FSDMoç) and Monitor Deloitte are proud to collaborate to produce this third edition of Investment Opportunities in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Mozambique, in the tourism Sector. The objective of the joint Monitor Deloitte & FSD Moçambique publication is to exhibit investment opportunities in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), with the intention of reducing informal asymmetries thus promoting access to capital, growth opportunities and, above all, job creation

Evaluation of Mobile Money Uptake – FSDMoç

  The Financial Sector Deepening, Moçambique (FSDMoç) is a six-year programme funded by the UK International Development Agency (DFID) and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) whose mission is to identify and partner with key market stakeholders, offering targeted investments and insights to promote the financial sector to improve financial inclusion. FSDMoç partnered with M-Pesa Mozambique (2016 to 2018) to increase the uptake of the mobile money in the country and to reinforce M-Pesa’s on-going Pedro strategy to increase the number of current M-Pesa customers (users) and to accelerate uptake by 1 million

Evaluation of Mobile Money Uptake – FSDMoç

  The Financial Sector Deepening, Moçambique (FSDMoç) is a six-year programme funded by the UK International Development Agency (DFID) and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) whose mission is to identify and partner with key market stakeholders, offering targeted investments and insights to promote the financial sector to improve financial inclusion. FSDMoç partnered with M-Pesa Mozambique (2016 to 2018) to increase the uptake of the mobile money in the country and to reinforce M-Pesa’s on-going Pedro strategy to increase the number of current M-Pesa customers (users) and to accelerate uptake by 1 million

Mozambique CEOs Breakfast – Presentation

Presentation made by Dr. Gavin Krugel-CEO of DFI/Digital Finance Institute This presentation made during the breakfast meeting presents in general terms what is the perception of the FinTechs in 2017 and the challenges that arise in this sector.   DOWNLOAD: Mozambique CEOs Breakfast.pdf