The Financial Inclusion News Review is back. We have had a bit of a break since the last one, not for lack of news, but perhaps because there has been no rest from the distractions of UK and international politics to concentrate on other news. Events continue to surprise and distract us all, but the critical need for financial services amongst the most vulnerable people in the world cannot await our political tribulations.
For anyone who has not attended one of these events, the content is splendidly informative; the company entirely welcoming; and the breakfast provided by our hosts, Reed Smith, generous and delicious. Most impressive, however, is the view from the venue, which must be one of the best in London. For the repeat and very welcome participants, we depend upon your insights to create a lively discussion, and for new participants, we most certainly welcome new and different perspectives to inform open, wide-ranging debates.
Please do join us for an informative session with others working or interested in financial inclusion. The News Review will start with a summary of news about the sector, and then we will delve deeper into the topics of most interest to the group.
Please mark the date – Friday 6 December 2019 – and be sure to reserve your place at the table as spaces are limited and, for security reasons, anyone without a reservation will not be admitted. (Eventbrite link)
We are grateful to Reed Smith for their continued support of the Financial Inclusion Forum.
Financial Inclusion Forum
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