Michiel Wolwers

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Michiel is a research associate working within i2i’s Client Insights team. His passion is to make research relevant, insightful and actionable, with the ultimate aim to create a positive impact on reducing inequality. Michiel compliments the i2i team with his experience in data collection, analysis and project management for a wide variety of financial inclusion stakeholders.

 

Before joining i2i, Michiel worked as a consultant for CGAP on a project to increase the adoption of mobile money payments in Ghana. Prior to that, Michiel co-founded e-kulki, a mobile wallet-based savings group fintech company in Colombia, as well as acting as consultant on various projects for UNCDF, IFC, MicroSave, Enclude, amongst others. Throughout his work, Michiel aims to keep the end-user at the centre of attention. In his 8+ years within digital international development finance, Michiel has worked on projects in Bolivia, Cambodia, Colombia, Ethiopia, Kenya, México, The Netherlands, Togo, Ghana, South Africa and the United Kingdom.

 

Michiel holds a master of research in international development from the University of Bath as well as a bachelor's degree in financial auditing from the University of Applied Science Utrecht.

 

Email: Michiel@i2ifacility

Twitter: @MichielWolwers

LinkedIn: Michiel Wolwers

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Michiel Wolwers

Michiel2

Michiel is a research associate working within i2i’s Client Insights team. His passion is to make research relevant, insightful and actionable, with the ultimate aim to create a positive impact on reducing inequality. Michiel compliments the i2i team with his experience in data collection, analysis and project management for a wide variety of financial inclusion stakeholders.

 

Before joining i2i, Michiel worked as a consultant for CGAP on a project to increase the adoption of mobile money payments in Ghana. Prior to that, Michiel co-founded e-kulki, a mobile wallet-based savings group fintech company in Colombia, as well as acting as consultant on various projects for UNCDF, IFC, MicroSave, Enclude, amongst others. Throughout his work, Michiel aims to keep the end-user at the centre of attention. In his 8+ years within digital international development finance, Michiel has worked on projects in Bolivia, Cambodia, Colombia, Ethiopia, Kenya, México, The Netherlands, Togo, Ghana, South Africa and the United Kingdom.

 

Michiel holds a master of research in international development from the University of Bath as well as a bachelor's degree in financial auditing from the University of Applied Science Utrecht.

 

Email: Michiel@i2ifacility

Twitter: @MichielWolwers

LinkedIn: Michiel Wolwers

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