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Interpay Evening Cocktail and Networking Hour

Join ANDE members and partners at the Interpay stakeholder information session, as Interpay unveils the Savings at the Frontiers (SatF) Program which is a partnership between the Mastercard Foundation and Oxford Policy Management (OPM) and which is being implemented in three focus countries - Ghana, Tanzania and Zambia.

4/6/2018
When: 6th April, 2018
6:00pm
Where: Interpay Office
5 Sam Nujoma Close, North Ridge
Accra
Ghana
Contact: Albert Nana Dapaah-Yeboah
0504777745


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Interpay, a financial technology company in Ghana has received a grant from the Savings at the Frontiers (SatF) Program which is a partnership between the Mastercard Foundation and Oxford Policy Management (OPM) and which is being implemented in three focus countries - Ghana, Tanzania and Zambia.

The SatF-Interpay project is designed to expand the range of financial services available for the underserved peri-urban and rural populations in Ghana through migration and digitization onto Maximus - a new ubiquitous Mobile Money based group funding and saving platform built by Interpay which interacts with all mobile money platforms operating in the country.

Maximus improves the transactional efficiency by which Informal Savings Mechanisms (ISMs) users - individuals Susu savers and savings groups - save money and access financial services from Financial Services Providers (FSPs) such as Commercial Banks, Rural & Community Banks, Savings & Loans companies, Microfinance companies, and Financial NGOs.

Maximus also expands the Economically Feasible Operational Zone (EFOZ) of FSPs from proximity to FSP branch locations to availability across all mobile money wallets in Ghana and/or proximity to any of the 190,000 plus mobile money agents across Ghana.

Interpay intends to work with qualified FSPs by providing them with the technology and support needed to migrate and digitize existing and new ISMs onto Maximus. The digitization is expected to help FSPs to expand product and service offerings, reduce the cost of transactions, increase clientele base and deposits, and increase profitability of engaging ISMs in the peri-urban and rural communities in Ghana in a sustainable manner.

Project Objectives

To support selected FSPs to migrate and digitize existing and new ISMs in peri-urban and rural areas onto Maximus and increase ISM transactions from existing and new FSP products and service offerings in a commercially sustainable manner.

Project Incentives

Funding is available for FSPs to support migration, digitization and financial transactions for ISMs on Maximus.

 

Agenda:

 

6:00 pm   Arrival of participants and networking

6:30 pm   Presentation by Interpay Africa

7:15 pm   Q & A

7:30 pm   Refreshment and Networking