La BAD et YES BANK organisent un atelier indo-africain de partage de savoir
Les travaux seront consacrés aux paiements transfrontaliers par téléphonie mobile et à l’intégration financière régionale
The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) and YES BANK Limited, India, will hold a joint Indo-African Knowledge Exchange Workshop on “Regulation of Cross-Border Mobile Payments and Regional Financial Integration” on 29 and 30 March, 2012 at the Hotel Trident, Mumbai.
The cross-border knowledge workshop aims to create a knowledge forum for Indian and African policy makers to discuss the challenges faced by the regulation of mobile financial services across borders; share experiences on the financial integration brought about by existing cross-border mobile payment systems, and explore ways of easing financial integration by facilitating cross-border mobile money flows - while maintaining regional and national financial stability and integrity.
The two-day workshop aims to bring together key stakeholders from India and various African countries, including representatives from the RBI, the National Payments Council of India, African Regional and National Central Banks, Economic Communities, Monetary Institutes, Banking Institutions and Payment Systems, Mobile Money Service Providers, Commercial Banks, and Training Institutions.
The workshop will be financed by the Indian Trust Fund that was established in line with the Technical Cooperation Agreement between Government of India and the African Development Bank Group on 28 March 2010. The fund supports infrastructure, private sector, ICT, trade, science and technology development in African countries through technical assistance, capacity building, organization of seminars, workshops, conference for networking, and knowledge sharing on India’s economic development experiences.
- Agenda, Concept note, Speakers profiles (1.1 MB)
- Presentation - Technology Advancement & Payment - Led Financial Inclusion in Africa (1.1 MB)
- Presentation - Global Remittances Landscape (2.7 MB)
- Presentation - Remittance Landscape in India and How IMPS Will Change the Face Remittance (2.1 MB)
- Presentation - Mobile Remittance Infrastructure for Cross Border Payments (643 kB)
- Presentation - Cash Out Vs Prepaid (2.1 MB)
- Presentation - How can mobile payments be used to facilitate access of unbanked population in Africa? (3.9 MB)
- Presentation - Creating Eco system for Customer assistance in retail E-Commerce/M-Commerce (2.4 MB)
- Présentation - le développement des services financiers mobiles et du système de paiement dans les pays membres du COMESA (678 kB)
- Presentation - Acceptability and use cases of Mobile Payments in India (451 kB)
- Presentation - Mobile Banking in India.. (1.1 MB)
- Presentation - Mobile Money Development in and beyond Uganda (3.1 MB)
- Presentation - Promoting Mobile Money Services in Kenya and the Region (4.3 MB)
- Présentation - Promouvoir les services bancaires mobiles et le développement de l’argent mobile dans l’espace UEMOA (2.6 MB)
- Presentation - Mobile Banking and Mobile Money Development in Asia and Africa (0.9 MB)
- Presentation - Mobile Payment Regulation in the 'States Members of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) (UEMOA) (617 kB)
- Presentation - Regulation of International Remittances and Central Banks’ Co-operation on Cross Border Mobile Payments: Focus on the West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)) (814 kB)
- Presentation - Technology Challenges in Mobile Payments (1.3 MB)
- Presentation - YES Sahaj Ultra low - cost mobile banking kit (1.0 MB)
- Presentation - Remittances through M-Banking: Customer Perspectives Observations from India (3.0 MB)
- Presentation - YES MONEY - Innovation in Remittance (1.1 MB)
- Presentation - Enabling Last Mile Delivery and the Roadmap of Assisted Service to Self Service (3.8 MB)
- Presentation - Imagine 2mm ATM++ (7.4 MB)