TOWARDS DEEPER TRANSFORMATION IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR
Since its launch in 2004, the Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSDT) has been committed in its work to catalyse market innovation and intervention, enabling stakeholders to implement policies, regulations and solutions which are responsive to the needs of individuals, smallholder farmers and businesses.
CONTRIBUTION TO SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN FINANCIAL INCLUSION
FSDT has been a key driver in the considerable progress made in financial inclusion over the past decade through its work to:
GATHER AND SHARE ESSENTIAL MARKET DATA to map demand and supply of financial services and enable product and service development
FACILITATE COLLABORATION BETWEEN PRINCIPLE PLAYERS in the evolution of new thinking to address consumer need….
DRIVE INNOVATIVE POLICY by working with regulators to create a supportive regulatory environment for mobile financial services and agency banking
HOW WE WORK
Building on the remarkable progress made over the past decade in improving financial inclusion across the country, we aim to lead public-private partnerships to further drive regular and effective use of financial services, increasing value for end users in their daily lives.
- Suleiman Missango (Bank of Tanzania)
- Stephen Kijazi (Global Affairs Canada)
- Ihunyo Nzogere (Embassy of Denmark)
- Mattias Lindström (Embassy of Sweden)
- Amani M’bale (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
- George Mulamula (Dar Teknohama Business Incubator)
Working at the Financial Sector Deepening (T) means an opportunity to learn about new trends and developments that affect access to finance, and to engage directly with the financial institutions government policymakers and regulators, and other actors – including low-income clients themselves – who are concerned about building inclusive financial systems.