Launched in 2017, the Gateway Webinar series enables financial inclusion practitioners to share lessons and attend online presentations and discussions delivered by the world’s leading financial inclusion experts. Over the last year and a half, we have produced two dozen webinars in English, Spanish, Arabic and French.
While the webinars have had great turnouts with active, engaged participation, we also know that many of our Gateway users have expressed interest in the presentations, but been unable to attend due to their time zones or other commitments. For this reason, we make sure to provide a recording for each and every webinar we produce. If you missed a webinar that you were interested in, or want to go back and re-live a webinar you attended, check out our listing of webinar recordings.
Here, we walk you through the English Gateway Webinars produced in the past year. Have a listen!
In this webinar, we explored important questions about the future of microfinance with speakers Ira Lieberman, Chairman and CEO of LIPAM International and Paul DiLeo, Founder and President of Grassroots Capital Management Corp. Also featuring a special follow-up Q&A with the speakers.
Making the Case for Digital Learning | 24 May 2018 Experts from FSD Africa, Kenya Commercial Bank and CGAP's Gateway Academy discuss how to strengthen the value proposition of digital learning sector-wide.
Speakers from Mercy Corps, the World Bank and CGAP explore challenges and opportunities practitioners face in working on humanitarian-development issues, and the role donors play in supporting financial services in crisis environments.
Risk Management Webinar Series with Risk Management Initiative in Microfinance (RIM)
Risk Management Assessment: An Approach for Consultants | 5 Apr 2017 The speakers provide a detailed overview of RIM's Risk Management Assessment Toolkit, a step-by-step guide for risk management experts and consultants supporting financial service providers' risk management systems.
Crowdfunding is gaining in worldwide popularity and in the inclusive finance sector. But who is the crowd of these platforms and what deals do they fund? As part of this year’s European Microfinance Week , Marloes Noppen will participate in a panel which attempts to answer these and other questions.