Denny George

Denny George is the Founder of Project Annadanam, an initiative of Rozi Roti Foundation to connect people who are willing and able to donate food and those who really need it.

Denny worked as a Senior Manager in the Payments and Distribution domain of MSC. He is an experienced founder with a demonstrated history of working in the non-profit organization management industry. Denny is skilled in business planning, banking, financial inclusion, and rural development. Before joining MSC, he worked as a Solutions Manager at ICICI Bank Ltd.

Posts by Denny George

Closing the Gender Gap: Opportunities for the Women’s Mobile Financial Services Market in Bangladesh

This report aims to catalyse the financial inclusion of financially underserved Bangladeshi women through improved MFS adoption.

Re-Imagining the Last Mile – Agent Networks

This Policy Note explores some ideas and thoughts which can help the policy makers and regulators to achieve their vision of complete financial inclusion.

Making Digital Financial Services Relevant – Part 2

In this blog, the author explores mobile money mechanisms used by customers for managing money and the key drivers for adoption of these mechanisms.

Agent Networks In India—How Mandates Have Influenced the Landscape

There is a key difference in how the Digital Financial Services (DFS) market in India has evolved when compared to other countries. While in most countries the expansion of DFS along with agent networks has been driven by profit, the growth of DFS in India has essentially been the result of government mandates. The mandates […]

Release of Agent Network Accelerator Bangladesh Research Report

This presentation was conducted during the release of our Agent Network Accelerator Bangladesh Research report.

Agent Network Accelerator Survey – Bangladesh Country Report 2014

Bangladesh has created many unique systems for agent network management which are yielding world class results especially with regards to liquidity management.  However, transaction volumes and profits are low compared to East Africa and support structures are still developing. The research is based on 2,490 nationally representative agent interviews, carried out between March and April […]

NBFC-MFIs as business correspondents – What will it take?

Following from the previous blog, the third part explores the avenues available for banks and MFIs to operate as agent network managers in a way that is mutually beneficial.

MFIs and Digital Financial Services: What Route Should MFIs Take?

There is probably a value proposition for both MFIs and Digital Financial Service Providers to partner with each other to facilitate the delivery of financial products and services. There are several ways in which these partnerships can work. In this video, MSC’s DFS expert, Denny George, examines some of these partnership modes from MFIs’ perspective.