IFGS 2019 Panel – Architects of the Age of Interoperability
May 13, 2019
ModusBox’s Vice President and General Manager of ModusBox EMEA joined the esteemed panel for this discussion at Innovate Finance’s Global Summit kicking off London’s FinTech week.
FinTech continues to fuel the unbundling and rebundling of financial services – and it will likely do so for some time. However, different customer segments will gravitate toward solutions with different levels of data sharing and autonomy. How much will the future of finance depend on the ability for products, services and systems to coordinate and work together?
World Council Of Credit Unions Helps Develop Technology In Asia And Africa
May 10, 2019
Megan O’Donnell, vice president of financial inclusion, spoke at the Innovate Finance Global Summit (IFGS) in London in April. The panel discussion also featured Warren Carew of ModusBox —which helps organizations make the most of the Mojaloop platform, and Juliet Kiluwa from Financial Sector Deepening Trust, a partner in the recent effort to update the national scheme for cross-platform instant payments in Tanzania. The discussion was moderated by Kosta Peric, deputy director of the financial services for the poor program at the Gates Foundation.
WOCCU pursues digital financial inclusion for 50 million-plus people across Asia
February 13, 2019
MADISON, Wis.—Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions, the social impact affiliate of the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) dedicated to financial inclusion, has launched a project to design interoperable, open-loop, low-cost, real-time payment platforms for its global network of credit unions across Asia, exploring the use of the Mojaloop open-source platform.
ModusBox partners on important mobile money interoperability project, Mowali
November 23, 2018
Unlocking mobile money interoperability and merchant payments across Africa through Mowali – Orange Group and MTN Group – two of Africa’s largest mobile operators and mobile money providers – have today announced a joint venture, Mowali, to enable interoperable payments across the African continent. The GSMA is proud to support its development.