Thu, 29 Oct 2020 11:35 - Updated Thu, 29 Oct 2020 11:26
BNA and WB present financial survey results
Luanda - The National Bank of Angola (BNA) in partnership with the World Bank (WB) will present Thursday the results of the survey on inclusion and financial capacity, as part of the Financial System Development project for 2018/2020.
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The event, which will take place via webinar, is included in the Annual Cycle of Central Bank Conferences, according to the note that Angop had access to on Wednesday.
In the first panel, World Bank experts will present the main conclusions and recommendations of the Survey based on three pillars: "Financial Inclusion", "Financial Capacity" and "Consumer Financial Protection".
The second panel reserves the right to approach the theme, "How the result of the survey may contribute to future Financial Inclusion policies," a topic that will have experts from the National Bank of Angola, the Angolan Banking Association and the National Statistics Institute as speakers, moderated by the Executive Secretary of the National Financial Stability Council.
The purpose of this video-conference is to address the results of the above-mentioned survey and collect contributions to help the financial system regulators and stakeholders in the continued implementation of the national financial inclusion strategy.
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