Internationally recognised tech entrepreneur to share perspectives on the future of fintech
FSD Kenya is pleased to announce that its 4th annual lecture on financial inclusion will be delivered by Julian Kyula on the 8th of November 2018. Mr. Kyula is an accomplished entrepreneur and business leader recognized locally and internationally, will share his perspectives on the future of fintech in a presentation titled, “The inevitable: a glimpse into the future of fintech.”
Julian Kyula is the founder of MODE Group, a fintech spanning over 26 countries including Indonesia, 14 African nations and several Middle Eastern states. He is also Chairman of Beulah Holdings, a group he founded to focus on housing projects across Kenya with a niche in affordable housing solutions for the lower and middle-income bracket.
The annual lecture is FSD Kenya’s flagship event to highlight new thinking and raise cutting edge issues in the field of financial inclusion. Now in it’s fourth year, the event promises to stimulate debate on the long-term vision of the financial sector in Kenya. Past speakers are Dr. Tavneet Suri, associate professor of applied economics at the Sloan School of Management at the Massachussets Institute of Technology; consumer protection expert, Rafe Mazer; and leading British economist and author of Other People’s Money, John Kay.
Registration is open via https://fsdkenyalectures.eventbrite.com
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About the annual FSD Kenya lectures
Over the past 10 years, FSD Kenya has worked to support the development of financial inclusion in Kenya. In 2015, we launched a series of annual public annual lectures on financial inclusion. Our aim is to stimulate debate on this subject and its place in the long-term vision for the financial sector in Kenya. For more information about the annual lectures and to download past presentations, visit www.fsdkenya.org/annual-lecture/ .
About FSD Kenya
The Kenya Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) programme was established by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) in early 2005 to support the development of financial markets in Kenya as a means to stimulate wealth creation and reduce poverty. Working in partnership with the financial services industry, the programme’s goal is to expand access to financial services among lower income households and smaller enterprises to create value through financial inclusion. It operates as an independent trust under the supervision of professional trustees, KPMG Kenya, with policy guidance from a Programme Investment Committee (PIC). Current funders include the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) and the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation.