Webinars + Presentations

Hitting the Sweet Spot: What Do Small Merchants Need to Survive and Grow Their Business?

MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium enterprises) need capital. They need startup capital, they need expansion capital and they also need working capital to manage their day-to-day operations. The small merchants in Africa that we’ve been researching at FIBR, these shopkeepers, need several types of financing to manage the ups...

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Webinar: “Artificial Intelligence: Practical Superpowers,” a New Report by BFA

Following the launch (May 16th) of the FIBR report, “Artificial Intelligence: Practical Superpowers,” we are hosting a follow-up webinar to present the paper and its insights. As one of the first reports that looks at AI applied to financial services … Continue reading →

HOW UNBUNDLING OF THE PAYGO BUSINESS MODEL IS DRIVING MARKET EXPANSION

Just five years ago new entrants to the PAYGo market had to be vertically integrated: under one roof, they had to be a direct to consumer sales and distribution business, a consumer financing business, and proprietary hardware and software. But … Continue reading →

WEBINAR: HOW CAN SMALL MERCHANTS GET THE MOST OUT OF E-COMMERCE USING SUPERPLATFORMS?

Small merchants in emerging markets are increasingly adopting digital commerce to expand their customer base and market their goods and services on online marketplaces. These merchants are using digital platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Jumia and WhatsApp to promote their … Continue reading →

Models to Engage Innovators

Introducción al proyecto FinnSalud

R²A Overview

Machine Learning in Credit Risk Webinar

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 9:00 AM  10:00 AM Google Calendar  ICS In this webinar, Bart Van Liebergen presented the findings from a global survey of 60 firms (58 banks and 2 mortgage insurers) on machine learning in credit risk. The webinar covered … Continue reading →

FinnSalud Introductory Presentation (Spanish)

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RegTech Reporting System in Rwanda

During this RegTech for Regulators (or SupTech) webinar, we had presenters from the National Bank of Rwanda (BNR) sharing their experience in implementing the Electronic Data Warehouse (EDW) system. The EDW automates and streamlines the reporting process that informs and facilitate supervision. The … Continue reading →