Making Finance

Work For Women

Virtual Summit

October 20th & 21st, 2020

#MFWW2020

Join us in October 2020 for the globally virtual edition of the Making Finance Work for Women Summit.

Participants will be part of virtual interactive sessions, plenary panels, global research, networking and more opportunities that will allow everyone to learn and share with each other.

Experience an exciting new challenge during the Summit as we host our second Fintech Innovation Challenge!

The finalists will present their solutions for helping unbanked and underserved women access financial services in order to build security and prosperity. Last year’s winners went on to compete at Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Global FinTech Hackcelerator, and one of them won.

Learn more about the Fintech Innovation Challenge!

Choose Your #MFWW2020 Virtual Experience

Two-Day Pass

October 20th & 21st
$80 USD
  • Access to both days of live event, including panels, interactive sessions, Q&A and networking opportunities; Access to recordings of sessions after the event.

One-Day Pass

October 20th
$50 USD
  • Single day access to live event on 10/20, and recordings of sessions after the event.

One-Day Pass

October 21st
$50 USD
  • Single day access to live event on 10/21, and recordings of sessions after the event.

Digital Pass Only

Recordings
$25 USD
  • Access to recordings of sessions after the event.

For more information contact Christina Anand at ca@womensworldbanking.org

October 20th & 21st
10:45 AM – 4:00 PM EDT

During this time of uncertainty, it is important for us to convene as a community and focus on the impact economic shocks like COVID-19 will have on underserved and underbanked women. Out of an abundance of caution, Women’s World Banking is shifting the 2020 Making Finance Work for Women Summit to a globally virtual event.

We are still committed to focusing on women’s resilience and driving action towards financial inclusion relating to global economic shocks.


Tuesday, October 20th (EDT):

11:00am – 11:10am: Opening Remarks

11:10am – 12:15pm: Plenary Session – The impact of global crises on low-income women and the way forward for short-term recovery

12:15pm – 1:00pm: Break

1:00pm – 2:00pm: Ask the Experts

Topics:
• Digitized Wages
• Insurance
• Leadership & Diversity
• G2P payments
• Gender Lens Investing
• RegTech

2:10pm – 3:00pm: Plenary Session – How do we get MSMEs back on their feet and improve access tofinance for women-owned businesses?

3:05pm – 3:10pm: Closing Remarks

3:10pm – 4:10pm: Virtual Reception

Wednesday, October 21st (EDT):

11:00am – 11:10am: Opening Remarks

11:15am – 12:15pm: Plenary Session – Long-term resilience in a post-COVID world

12:15pm – 1:00pm: Break

1:00pm – 2:30pm: Fintech Innovation Challenge

2:30pm – 2.50pm: Break

2:50pm – 3:30pm: Fireside Chat/Plenary Session – Innovation to build resilience for low-income women

3:40pm – 4:00pm: Closing Remarks


Agenda is subject to change. For more information contact Christina Anand at ca@womensworldbanking.org

Featuring

Mary Ellen Iskenderian

President and CEO
Women's World Banking

Connie Collingsworth

Chief Operating Officer
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Emer Dooley

Professor
University of Washington

Plenary Panelists

Matthew Gamser

CEO, SME Finance Forum
International Finance Corporation

Kshama Fernandes

MD & Chief Executive Officer
Northern Arc Capital

Ana Barrera

CEO & Co-founder
Aflore

Sitati Kituyi

CTO
Pula

Ceyla Pazarbasioglu

Vice President, Equitable Growth, Finance and Institutions (EFI)
The World Bank

Juan Pablo Graf Noriega

President
National Banking and Securities Commission

Ratna Sahay

Deputy Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department (MCM)
International Monetary Fund

Muna Sukhtian

Managing Director
Microfund for Women

Janet Truncale

Vice Chair and Regional Managing Partner-Elect, Americas Financial Services Organization
Ernst & Young

Beth Ann Lim

Director of Policy Programs and Government Outreach for Asia Pacific, Global Head of SheMeansBusiness
Facebook

Ask the Experts

Dr. Paul Oluikpe

Associate Head, Financial Inclusion Secretariat
Central Bank of Nigeria

Diana Gooley

Manager, Digital Financial Services
Women's World Banking

Gilles Renouil

Director, Product Development
Women's World Banking

Karen Miller

Global Head, Leadership & Diversity Programs
Women's World Banking

Christina (CJ) Juhasz

Chief Investment Officer
Women's World Banking

Andy Woolnough

Global Head of Advocacy
Women's World Banking

Sonja Kelly

Director of Research and Advocacy
Women's World Banking

Jo Ann Barefoot

CEO & Co-Founder
AIR - Alliance for Innovative Regulation

Aniqa Sandhu

Managing Director - Global Digital Financial Services
VEON

Michael Kofi Andoh

Deputy Commissioner of Insurance
National Insurance Commission (Ghana)

Leora Klapper

Lead Economist
The World Bank

Ana Maria Prieto

Deputy Director
Ministry of Finance, Unit of Financial Regulations

Veronica Scotti

Chairperson Public Sector Solutions
Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd.

Dr. Monique Nsanzabaganwa

Deputy Governor
National Bank of Rwanda

Tokunboh Ishmael

Managing Director
Alitheia Capital

Marjo Chaintreau

Private Sector Digital Innovation Lead
Better Than Cash Alliance (UNCDF)

Fintech Innovation Challenge Judges

Mary Ellen Iskenderian

President and CEO
Women's World Banking

Otto Williams

Head of Strategic Partnerships, FinTechs and Ventures for Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (CEMEA)
VISA

Pat Patel

Principal Executive Officer
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)

Monica Brand Engel

Co-founder & Partner
Quona Capital

Katharine Budd

Co-founder & CEO
NOW Money

Jan Bellens

Global Banking & Capital Markets Sector Leader
Ernst & Young

Making Finance Work for Women events showcase over 40 years of experience in the financial inclusion sector and aim to drive actions that accelerate opportunities for low-income women around the world. Partnering with Women’s World Banking’s Making Finance Work for Women event can help reach your audience and increase your presence in the financial inclusion space.

Sponsorship Benefits

Brand recognition and logo on all advertising materials and website

Social media coverage reaching Women’s World Banking’s 67K+ audience

Press release opportunities

Virtual summit tickets for employees and clients

Speaking roles

And more…

Slide We aim to drive actions that accelerate opportunities for
low-income women around the world!
Slide CNBC was the official media partner during #MFWW2019 Slide #MFWW2019 trended on Twitter in Singapore during the Summit.
Moreover, the Summit-related content was viewed 37K+ times.

#MFWW2019 Highlights

350

Attendees

74

Speakers

50

Network Members

60

Countries Represented

Past Sponsors Include

Reach out to Molly Burns at mb@womensworldbanking.org today to secure your spot.

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Making Finance Work for Women 2020
October 20th & 21st, 2020

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