Banking the Unbanked in Egypt: Make Way for Fintech

December 12, 2019, Uncategorized

By Yara El Abd, Director of Communications & IR at paynas For anyone with any sort of finance or economics background, “financial inclusion” is a well-worn phrase. For almost everyone else, at some point during the past couple of decades, many will have most likely been exposed to one or more of its by-products, which […]

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Kenya: Primed for Growth

November 4, 2019, Economics, Research

By EFG Hermes Research Kenya continues to be an attractive investment destination thanks to a number of measures taken by current President Uhuru Kenyatta to tackle fiscal and monetary reform, boost the local economy, and open the market to an inflow of funds. The outlook for the next six months is positive, post the expected […]

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FRAUD PREVENTION: WHY IT MATTERS?

October 21, 2019, Information Technology

By Luiza Buserska, Corporate Communications Executive at CODIX and Co-author: Laurent Tabouelle, COO of CODIX’s Group In the global race for excellence and industrial leadership business crimes continue to be a serious problem for organizations worldwide, with most fraud remaining undetected. One reason for this is the increased pressure to reach financial goals. On the […]

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