Banking the Unbanked and the Underserved
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Welcoming Remarks: Building Inclusive Finance with Roots in Africa
Financial Inclusion by Leveraging Fintechs and Financial Institution
Inclusive Finance Practices, Global and Africa
Inclusive Finance, Tech For Good
Kenya NCBA Practices on Mobile Finance
Inclusive Financial Solutions and Practices
Core Banking Trend and Digital Core System Practices
Bank 4.0 and Africa's Financial Industry Development Outlook
Panel Discussion: 1. Possible Steps to Achieve Inclusive Finance；2. Main Challenges Facing Inclusive Finance
Future of the Bank: Digital Transformation Journey
Huawei Solution Practices Accelerate Banking Transformation
SD-WAN Enables Business Agile and Flexible Network
Practice on ICT infrastructure reconstruction
All Flash Storage Enables Consolidation and Simplification
Cloud based Branch Surveillance Meets Regulations
Huawei Robotic Infrastructure: Builds a Solid Digital Foundation
AI Fabric: Building New Generation of Intelligent Network
Cloud Readiness and Implementation in Banking Industry
Panel Discussion: 1. What are the Main Challenges for Architecture Transformation；2. How to Implement the Technical Architecture
Mahen Kumar SEERUTTUN
Minister, Ministry of Financial Services and Good Governance of Mauritius
Chairman of China Global Inclusive Finance Association
Author of Bank 4.0
Head of Information Technology, FNB
Eric Muriuki Njagi
CEO of BanqTech, NCBA
ED, Zenith Bank
Head of engineering digital business, NCBA
Managing Director, Temenos MEA
Regional GMD of Murong Technology
President of Huawei Enterprise Business Group of Southern African Region
President of Global Financial Services Business Unit, Enterprise BG, Huawei
Chen Kun Te
Chief Digital Transformation Office, Financial Service Business, Huawei Enterprise BG
CTO, Southern African Region FSI Huawei
Matamela Aubrey Mashau
CTO, Huawei Southern Africa EBG, Network
VP, Huawei Southern Africa Cloud Business
CTO, Huawei Southern Africa EBG, IT
Today, Huawei FinTech provides inclusive digital financial services to 300 million unbanked people worldwide. Huawei FinTech is also the foundation for the development of a range of partnerships with Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and financial institutions, with the aim of alleviating — then eliminating — poverty.
During the pandemic, governments in Kenya and other countries have granted relief through Huawei FinTech.
Organizations are empowered to provide pay-as-you-go solar energy.
East Africa NGO One Acre Fund digitized loan repayments.
Quite simply, the Huawei FinTech Solution provides convenient and comprehensive financial services for individuals and MSMEs through mobile apps, both Android and iOS. In short, if there's a mobile communications signal, financial services are available.
Through mobile communications technologies and digital operations platforms, the solution builds a new digital financial service ecosystem. This ecosystem allows partners to develop applications for diverse industries, laying a robust foundation for ubiquitous digital financial services. This not only improves digital services across industries, it also bridges the digital divide between industries and economic sectors, improving productivity across society.
By the close of 2020, the Huawei FinTech Solution had been adopted by more than 30 licensed digital financial service providers across the world, from Kenya's M-PESA and bKash in Bangladesh, to Vodacom Tanzania, Indonesia's Telkomsel, Pakistan's JazzCash, and KBZPay in Myanmar. And Huawei is continuing to expand its network of financial inclusion, to provide users with sustainable access to basic financial services and, in doing so, improve their lives.
End-to-end global cyber security assurance. Multi-active disaster recovery with 99.999% availability.
Elastic and distributed architecture, supporting 10,000-level Transactions Per Second (TPS).
One-stop ecosystem platform.
Digital channel app integration.
Visualized service orchestration.
Over 700 open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), plus Atomic APIs.
99.99% decision-making accuracy.
Innovation within 1 week.
Merchant onboarding within 1 week.
Marketing activity launched within 1 week.
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A one-stop easy-access platform that enables mobile money operators, financial service partners, and ecosystem partners to better serve individual customers and MSMEs, all at lower cost.
Huawei provides developer platform and Marketplace services to pre-integrate applications in the transportation, retail, catering, and education industries.
Huawei helps banks build customer journey channels, including customer and merchant apps, delivering the rich experiences customers want.
Open APIs, digital channel app integration, and Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) service orchestration allow banks and partners to explore new services and quickly integrate diverse ecosystem capabilities.
Provides mobile payment, e-Wallet, and mobile finance services.
Risk control, credit rating, precision marketing, and operations data analytics capabilities are offered based on big data and historical transaction data.
Security assurance mechanisms are available for applications, system platforms, networks, data, and security management.
Huawei also offers consulting services for FinTech solutions.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bangladesh's bKash, Kamal Quadir, discusses its vision for the future: to provide financial services for low-income areas, covering ever more people in Bangladesh. In just six years, bKash has grown into Bangladesh's largest mobile financial services provider, with 17% of the population holding a bKash account.
Huawei provided GCB with an updated mobile money platform — G-Money — which has since helped the bank achieve a 10-fold increase in its mobile services and been the bedrock, in more general terms, of building a new banking ecosystem.
Michael Denoma, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Myanmar's KBZ Bank, shares his experiences of working with Huawei to introduce technologies that have transformed how banking is conducted in the country, bringing with it financial inclusion for all.