The FLPFI and Hitachi Center Present: Michael Tarazi from CGAP
Thursday November 9, 2017
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
The Fletcher School
160 Packard Ave.
Medford, MA 02155
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Join The Fletcher School Leadership Program for Financial Inclusion and the Hitachi Center for Technology and International Affairs for a highly interactive session with Michael Tarazi from CGAP on: The Logic Behind Digital Financial Services: What are the basics of digital financial service models and why are they so hard to regulate? This presentation will introduce attendees to why digital finance is considered so revolutionary to financial inclusion and discuss ways regulators have addressed thorny questions around agents and nonbank e-money issuers. This session will include a live case study, so all participants must arrive on time and remain for the entirety of the session. Please carefully consider this when registering
Thursday, November 9 2017 from 12:30 to 13:45 at Cabot 702
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Michael Tarazi leads CGAP’s Member Engagement & Governance team, managing member relations and overseeing CGAP’s funder guidance and Gateway Academy initiatives.Previously, Michael launched and managed CGAP’s work in financial innovation for smallholder families, supervising CGAP’s research on smallholder demand for financial services as well as CGAP’s efforts on digital finance in the smallholder context. He formerly led CGAP’s efforts in the area of branchless banking regulation and has worked with regulators around the world in developing regulatory frameworks.
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