Financial Development and Financial Inclusion

Pretoria
10 December to 21 December
Kigali -Rwanda
3 December to 14 December
Overview: 

Financial Development and Financial Inclusion plays a major role in inclusive growth of the country. Globally the portion of the people are excluded from access to financial services of which most are mainly from the Developing Countries. This training workshop in Financial Development and Financial Inclusion uses a set of variables related to financial development and inclusion. Estimating the gaps between developing countries in Africa and other developing countries with similar degrees of economic development. Then, explores the determinants of financial development and inclusion. There is evidence that a recent innovation in financial services, mobile banking, has helped to overcome infrastructural problems and improve financial access

In this ATI workshop, our delegates are taken  through Standards to measure financial development and inclusion, Strategy options for financial development and inclusion, Potentials and impediments for financial development in developing countries, Level of financial development financial inclusion and exclusion in developing countries relative to that of developing countries, Practical implementation of projects in development countries and Success stories in development projects

Target Audience: 

The course is designed, Accountants, Treasury Managers, Project Managers, Financial Chief Information Officers, Chief Financial Officers, NGOs Staff, Bankers, Entrepreneurs, and understand basic models for pricing debt and equity is a prerequisite

Course Outcomes: 

Upon completing this workshop, the delegates should be able to:

 

  • Measure the degree of financial development and inclusion for a country or countries using a wide range of standard indicators
  • Identify the importance of standard indicators and recognize the possible need to collect detailed statistical data to understand the extent of financial development
  • Make use of financial variables to compare the levels of Financial Development and Financial Inclusion and exclusion between developing Countries
  • Use Financial analytical data models to understand the impact of economic policies on the levels of Financial Inclusiveness
  • Understand financial strategies for Financial Development and Inclusion from a Global perspective to identify opportunities and possible impediments
  • Formulate financial development strategy, considering initial conditions and links between the financial sector and the rest of the economy
  • Implement Financial Development and Financial Inclusion projects in the country to benefit the vulnerable groups in the community