Catalysing new thinking to overcome challenges to an inclusive and growing financial sector.
The impact of digital financial services is widely recognised as making a significant contribution to the four-fold increase in financial inclusion since 2006. Technology continues to help leapfrog market constraints and reframe persistent challenges to the development of customer-focused solutions.
New solutions and providers create new challenges not only for customers and providers, but also policy-makers. The increase in the number and nature of digital solutions can be complex and confusing, limiting consumers’ ability to make informed choices that meet their needs.
For policy-makers, the challenge is to ensure comprehensive oversight and protection that meet the needs of the fast-changing financial market.
FSDT is committed to its aim to promote the contribution of technology within the financial inclusion agenda and works to create a community of forward-thinking public and private organisations and end users to disrupt and improve the financial sector.
Bill Gates in Dar es Salaam this week to support financial inclusion and the future of digital financial services in Tanzania
14 Aug 2017
This week, Bill Gates was in Dar es Salaam to support Tanzania’s financial inclusion agenda, among other BMGF projects. Joining leaders from government, financial service providers, mobile network operators and digital financial service providers, he took part in roundtable discussions to explore the potential contribution of digital financial services in improving livelihoods and enterprise productivity across the country.