Investing infinancial inclusion in Mozambique
The Financial Sector Deepening Moçambique is a facility for financial sector development with a focus on expanding levels of inclusion.
To promote synergies and innovation
to achieve financial inclusion
To be a leading institution that drives financial inclusion so to satisfy communities basic needs through innovation and technology
Inclusive first. Innovation Second.
On Ago 03.2021
Official launch of the 3rd edition of FinScope 2019
The FinScope Consumer Survey Mozambique – Finscope 2019 is a representative survey that provides an overview of the financial behaviour of adult Mozambicans (aged 16 and older) in the manner and behaviours of how they manage their money.
Covid-19 Fintech market global rapid assessment survey
FSDMOC and its partners (Cenfri & Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance at the University of Cambridge) are pleased to announce that they are promoting the Global Covid-19 Fintech Market Rapid Assessment Study,
Mozambique Fintech Annual Report
This Fintech Report is the first of its kind to be written in Mozambique in a collaboration between FSDMoç and the Mozambican Fintech Association.
On Jun 03.2021
YOUNG MOZAMBICANS CREATE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS
Young Mozambicans create innovative technological solutions to promote the use of and access to financial services in SADC
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The Ministry of Economy and Finance, The Mozambique Central Bank and the Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique (FSDMoç) held last Friday, July 31, 2020, at the Ministry of Economy and Finance, located at Av. Julius Nyerere, No. 469, at Maputo City, the official launch of FinScope Consumer Survey Mozambique 2019
Due to the limitations resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was held online through the ZOOM platform.
The event was attended by, among others, His Excellency Deputy Minister of Economy and Finance, Dr Carla Alexandra Fernandes Loveira, Representative of the British High Commissioner His Excellency Deputy High Commissioner Dr Alexandra Sheppard and Mozambique Central Bank Administrator Dr Gertrudes Tovela.
Fintechs are companies, in most cases startups, that develop innovative technologies in the financial sector, creating disruptive services for the final consumer. In an industry strongly linked to systems, processes, paradigms and traditional brands, the multiplication and rise of these new players in the financial market means an unprecedented revolution.
In May 2018, in a partnership between Banco de Moçambique and FSDMOÇ, we registered the launch of the Regulatory Sandbox that very recently authorized the official operation, in the Mozambican market, of the first fintechs. It is a case of success in this journey and happens at a time when the 2nd edition of the Sandbox and the launch of the Innovation Hub are launched. It is expected to be a vibrant space and stage for genuine innovation with a primary focus on solving the problems of the most vulnerable strata.
Applications range from digital payment platforms / gateways, international transfer remittances, mobile wallets, payment aggregators, among others.
YOUNG MOZAMBICANS CREATE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS TO PROMOTE THE USE OF AND ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES IN SADC
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