FINCA Impact Finance CEO Andrée Simon featured in Forbes In a recent article published in Forbes titled: Can the ‘Digital Banking Fantasy’ Become a Reality? FINCA Impact Finance CEO Andrée
Fintech innovation comes to rural Armenia Online portal is simplifying the loan applications process FINCA Impact Finance (FIF) is helping to transform the financial services industry by leveraging Fintech innovations
As a core part of its planning strategy, the Falcon program aims to identity and develop high-potential employees at FINCA Impact Finance.
Writing in CEO World Magazine, Andrée Simon discusses the correlation between digital fintech innovation and increased financial inclusion
FIF Vice President and COO discusses for ValueWalk the how fintechs and financial institution can make a bigger impact in financial inclusion through outstanding partnerships
FIF President & CEO Andrée Simon featured in LATTICE80’s list of Top 100 Fintech for SDG Influencers. Simon has a history of spearheading initiatives that deliver positive social impact through financial inclusion and fintech.
In a recent interview with FinTekNews, FINCA Impact Finance President & CEO Andrée Simon discusses the unique challenges and opportunities facing women in the finance and fintech industries.
New FIF White Paper looks at successful efforts by FINCA DRC to create new products and delivery channels that emphasize outreach and efficiency. FINCA DRC is building even closer relationships with clients while increasingly utilizing digital channels.
Fintech and digital financial services have made banking possible for more people around the world. But while bank accounts and digital payments are more available, for many entrepreneurs in low-income countries, getting a loan is more difficult. Psychometric credit scoring can help.
Fintech innovation is changing finance around the world. That is impacting how FINCA Impact Finance (FIF) develops and trains its workforce. To stay on the industry’s cutting edge, we offer professional development opportunities at all career stages and leverage digital learning to reach more than 10,000 employees in 20 countries.
Despite increased financial access overall, the gender gap hasn’t changed much since 2014. And while fintech has potential to empower women, fintech and financial inclusion for women don’t necessarily go hand-in-hand. In a recent op-ed, Caren Robb discusses ways that financial institutions can promote gender-equitable financial inclusion and close the gender gap.