Digital technology, regulatory changes and increased public and private sector engagement are fuelling a renewed push to reduce the number of unbanked and underbanked people in the Asia Pacific region. However much more needs to be done to ensure these efforts have the impact and scale to make a significant difference.
Join more than 500 practitioners, policy-makers, financial service providers and other stakeholders to debate these issues at the Asia-Pacific Financial Inclusion Summit, a major new initiative launched by the Citi Foundation, the Foundation for Development Cooperation and the Financial Times, in partnership with the Banking With The Poor Network.
The three-day Summit, taking place in Manila on 27-29 October 2015, consolidates two leading forums, the Citi-FT Financial Education Summit and the Asia Microfinance Forum, to create a new platform that reflects the integration of capability, access and other key elements that can deliver impact and scale in inclusive finance.
Featured speakers include:
- Amando Tetangco, Jr, Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
- Imelda Nicolas, Chair, Commission on Filipinos Overseas, Office of the President of the Philippines
- U.S. Paliwal, Executive Director, Reserve Bank of India
- Shameran Abed, Director of Microfinance, BRAC
- Chandula Abeywickrema, Chairman, Banking With The Poor Network
- Ravi Agarwal, CEO, engageSPARK
- Amy Auster, Principal Consultant, Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC)
- Charlene Bachman, Regional Business Development Manager, Software Group
Special discount 20% off on “Individual Ticket” is available for UNCDF guests. To redeem the discount, please register by Marketing Code: UNCDF2015
For full speakers list, agenda and registration, please visit our Summit official website: www.fininclusionsummit.org