Taming the Strange Beasts: Servicing and the Future of PAYGo

Presenters summarized findings from the CGAP-CDC paper, "Taming the Strange Beasts: Servicing and the Future of PAYGo,” and discussed implications with guest experts from PEG Africa, and Baobab+, and Equity Bank.

Gateway Academy: Demystifying Partnerships to Enable Competitive Advantage

How do you go about developing and launching a digital learning platform for Sub-Saharan Africa’s financial institutions? Speakers from CGAP, Bivee, and Humentum discussed how they created a shared culture when building Gateway Academy.
Beirut, Lebanon

Workshop on Financial Services to Mitigate Forced Displacement

World Bank Group and CGAP hosted a workshop that served as a platform for discussions around insights, evidence, and potential programming surrounding financial services and crisis-affected populations.

Gateway Academy: Facilitating Financial Inclusion Partnerships: The Demand Side

Fidelity Bank Ghana joined CGAP's Gateway Academy to discuss the demand side of financial inclusion partnerships around digital learning for Sub-Saharan Africa audiences.

Navigating the Next Wave of Blended Finance for Financial Inclusion

Speakers presented the state of blended finance today and shared experiences from using blended finance in financial inclusion.

Gateway Academy: Facilitating Partnerships with Financial Inclusion Training Providers: The Supply Side

Strathmore Business School joined CGAP's Gateway Academy to discuss why and how partnerships are integral in delivering digital learning for Sub-Saharan Africa audiences.

Cybersecurity for Mobile Financial Services

In this webinar, Paul Makin and David Medine discussed key vulnerabilities in mobile financial services and suggest countermeasures to address data security.

Strange Beasts: Making Sense of PAYGo Business Models

Panelists explored the unique operational, strategic and especially financial analysis challenges of the PAYGo solar business model.

Better Data Collection for Digital Finance Supervision

CGAP highlighted findings from its report on data collection by supervisors, BearingPoint explored some of the latest technology solutions, and the National Bank of Rwanda shared practical insights from the revamping of its reporting system.

Credit Scoring for Smallholders: Lessons from Uganda

In early 2018, CGAP partnered with FinTech firm Harvesting to support PRIDE Microfinance, Uganda’s largest microfinance institution, to develop an effective credit scoring mechanism using traditional and alternative data sources. In this webinar, we presented lessons learned from our initiative.