Can we turn the COVID-19 crisis into an opportunity to enable indigenous capabilities?
At MSC, we believe that the COVID-19 pandemic gives us the opportunity and impetus to turn the crisis into an opportunity by developing indigenous capabilities instead of flying in international consultants. After all, local experts may have more to offer than meets the eye.
Given the government’s push towards a cashless economy by 2020, we may expect technology-driven and innovative solutions to emerge in Vietnam through active collaborations between fintechs and incumbent financial service providers.
Financial Inclusion Initiatives in Papua New Guinea
The Microfinance Expansion Project (MEP) in Papua New Guinea has multipronged approach towards enhancing financial inclusion in the country. In this video, Jagdeep Dahiya, MSC’s Training Specialist in PNG, outlines how MEP is trying to achieve financial inclusion by stimulating both the demand and supply for financial services.
Besides access to finance there are range of capacity building services that MSMEs need for their growth and development. Non-financial services are such capacity-building inputs which are mainly targeted at enhancing the performance of a business enterprise. In this video, MSC’s Products and Delivery Channels Expert, Raunak Kapoor, shares his experience on the role and […]