Events

Programme in Microinsurance Business Strategies for African Markets 24-27 July 2012, Cape Town, South Africa

Are you interested in learning: What the factors are that have lead Africa's GDP to grow at nearly 13 per cent per annum from 2006 to 2010? Why insurers in Africa are still fighting over less than 5 per cent of the population? How insurers can reach the untapped microinsurance market that could be as much as 40 per cent of the adult population? The Programme in Microinsurance Business Strategies for African Markets aims to provide participants with the understanding and tools to tap into the potential of this vast market. By taking a business perspective, the programme will focus…

Programme in National Payment Systems (2012)

The Centre for Financial Regulation and Inclusion (Cenfri) is actively involved in the knowledge area of national payment systems and the theme coordinator for the FinMark Trust’s Retail Payments Systems theme area. Cenfri is interested in increasing the knowledge base of and capacitating individuals involved in the financial sector to better work towards improvements in financial market efficiency, inclusion and overall economic growth. In line with this mission, Cenfri in collaboration with the National Payments Systems Institute (NPS-I) and the University Stellenbosch Business School Executive Development (USB-ED) presented a training programme in National Payment Systems (NPS).

Programme in Microinsurance Business Strategies for African Markets (2011)

USB Executive Development (USB-ED) in collaboration with the Centre for Financial Regulation and Inclusion (Cenfri) presents a Programme in Microinsurance Business Strategies for African Markets (26-29 July 2011, Cape Town) that will provide participants with a thorough understanding of microinsurance issues and business strategies for African markets. During this programme, participants will gain access to the latest developments in microinsurance innovation; gain global and African perspectives on the development of microinsurance markets and learn from practitioners operating at the microinsurance frontier. Click here for more information

Global financial leaders tackle the challenge of creating inclusive financial systems (2010)

New technologies such as mobile phones are transforming the landscape of retail financial services.   New, non-financial services players such as mobile phone operators are entering the payment service business and extending access to financial services to people not previously reached by banks. There has been much growth of mobile-based financial services globally in recent years. South Africa itself has seen a recent increase of activity in this space with the introduction of new models such as FNB eWallet and M-PESA (Vodacom and Nedbank).   Mobile financial services have the potential to reach millions of unserved people, but also expose…
 
Events

Programme in Microinsurance Business Strategies for African Markets 24-27 July 2012, Cape Town, South Africa

Are you interested in learning: What the factors are that have lead Africa's GDP to grow at nearly 13 per cent per annum from 2006 to 2010? Why insurers in Africa are still fighting over less than 5 per cent of the population? How insurers can reach the untapped microinsurance market that could be as much as 40 per cent of the adult population? The Programme in Microinsurance Business Strategies for African Markets aims to provide participants with the understanding and tools to tap into the potential of this vast market. By taking a business perspective, the programme will focus…

Programme in National Payment Systems (2012)

The Centre for Financial Regulation and Inclusion (Cenfri) is actively involved in the knowledge area of national payment systems and the theme coordinator for the FinMark Trust’s Retail Payments Systems theme area. Cenfri is interested in increasing the knowledge base of and capacitating individuals involved in the financial sector to better work towards improvements in financial market efficiency, inclusion and overall economic growth. In line with this mission, Cenfri in collaboration with the National Payments Systems Institute (NPS-I) and the University Stellenbosch Business School Executive Development (USB-ED) presented a training programme in National Payment Systems (NPS).

Programme in Microinsurance Business Strategies for African Markets (2011)

USB Executive Development (USB-ED) in collaboration with the Centre for Financial Regulation and Inclusion (Cenfri) presents a Programme in Microinsurance Business Strategies for African Markets (26-29 July 2011, Cape Town) that will provide participants with a thorough understanding of microinsurance issues and business strategies for African markets. During this programme, participants will gain access to the latest developments in microinsurance innovation; gain global and African perspectives on the development of microinsurance markets and learn from practitioners operating at the microinsurance frontier. Click here for more information

Global financial leaders tackle the challenge of creating inclusive financial systems (2010)

New technologies such as mobile phones are transforming the landscape of retail financial services.   New, non-financial services players such as mobile phone operators are entering the payment service business and extending access to financial services to people not previously reached by banks. There has been much growth of mobile-based financial services globally in recent years. South Africa itself has seen a recent increase of activity in this space with the introduction of new models such as FNB eWallet and M-PESA (Vodacom and Nedbank).   Mobile financial services have the potential to reach millions of unserved people, but also expose…
 

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