Tag Archives: African Mobile Phone Financial Services Policy Initiative

Unlocking the potential of Africa

Written by Elliott Holley Banking Technology The potential of new technologies to transform financial services in Africa has long been heralded by the likes of Kenya’s M-Pesa and others. But services for corporates have remained relatively under served – until … Continue reading

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Highlights on the Mobile Financial Services Landscape in Tanzania and Lessons for Regulators

The recent 2nd Leaders’ Roundtable meeting of the African Mobile Phone Financial Services Policy Initiative (AMPI) in Kenya was an incredible opportunity for central bankers in Africa to share their experiences and lessons learned. With the upcoming Mobile Financial Services Working … Continue reading

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African Central Bankers Meet to Expand Digital Financial Inclusion

The 2nd African Mobile Phone Financial Services Policy Initiative (AMPI) Leaders Roundtable meeting held 4-6 February 2014 in Naivasha, Kenya, was a historic event and tremendous step forward in moving the region toward collectively focusing on harnessing and further enabling … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on the 2014 African Mobile Phone Financial Services Policy Initiative (AMPI) Leaders Roundtable Meeting

The 2014 African Mobile Phone Financial Services Policy Initiative (AMPI) Leaders Roundtable Meeting, co-hosted by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) on 5-7 February in Kenya, should be an exciting event that will bring together key regulators from across Africa … Continue reading

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