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Diamond Bank, Women’s World Banking host global discussion on digital financial services for women

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Diamond Bank today joins Women’s World Banking to host a global discussion on the role of digital financial services in empowering low-income women who do not have access to formal financial products.

During a three-day workshop, participants from the Central Bank of Nigeria, MTN Nigeria, Diamond Bank Plc, Jazz of Pakistan, BIMA of Cambodia and Women’s World Banking will examine the best practices in developing, enhancing and delivering world-class digital financial services to women. The outcome of the discussion will help in developing and aligning financial products and services that can be adopted in markets around the world.

Highlighting the importance of the workshop and the urgent need to develop digital financial services to enhance women’s living standards, Diamond Bank CEO, Uzoma Dozie, stated that the Bank is very passionate about women’s financial wellbeing. He noted that Diamond Bank’s strategic focus is to ensure the financial inclusion of women by providing innovative and convenient banking services using mobile phones and other digital tools.

L – R : Ann Gincherman, Chief Product Dev. Officer, Women World Banking; Caroline Anyanwu, Deputy Managing Director, Diamond Bank Plc; Hassan Mahbuh, Manager, Mobile Wallets, JazzCash; Usoro Usoro, General Manager, MTN Financial Services, MTN; Puay Lim Yeo, Regional Manager Southeast Asia, BIMA and Uzoma Dozie, CEO, Diamond Bank Plc at the “Making Digital Financial Services Work for Women” Workshop held in Lagos recently.

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Dozie said:

“We are aware that the future of banking is digital. Therefore, we will continue to explore ways to innovatively create better financial products and services and bring banking to women, no matter where they live and the device they are using.”

Diamond Bank works with global nonprofit Women’s World Banking to develop innovative products and services for low-income women clients. This includes Diamond Y’ello, a mobile-based bank account offered in collaboration with telecom operator MTN.

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