The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has clinched two awards from the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) for outstanding work in promoting financial inclusion. The bank emerged top in the Leadership and Peer Review categories at the 2016 AFI Global Policy Forum held in Nadi, Fiji.
Bank of Tanzania Deputy Governor (Economic and Financial Policies), Dr Natu Mwamba, received the two awards. AFI is the world’s leading organization network on financial inclusion policy and regulations.
It is a member-owned network that promotes and develops evidence-based policy solutions that improve the lives of the poor through the power of financial inclusion. The conference brought together 540 delegates from 82 countries.
AFI, successfully held its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) as an independent organization with the unanimous adoption of the AFI Articles of Association, which included updates that will strengthen governance and enhance operational efficiency to better meet the needs of members.
The AFI Executive Team provided highlights of AFI’s strategy and performance over the past year, covering results and challenges, key performance indicators, membership and fee status, budget and finance, funding and the proposed strategic outlook for the new financial year.
Source: Daily News