According to the Bank’s website, this 2-year project, in partnership with Banque Centrale de la République de Guinée (BCRG), aims at fostering financial inclusion in Guinea by creating a platform for financial service actors to partner and offer innovative Digital Financial Services (DFS) solutions to non- and under-served populations.
1-Increased access to finance and improve financial supervision consequently enhance financial inclusion.
2-Increased Innovation within the digital financial services a new players entering the market.
3-A Strengthened financial services sector.
Investment type not available at the time of the snapshot.
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
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