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THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE GERMAN AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT, ORGANIZES A REMOTE COURSE ON "FINANCIAL INCLUSION DATA TO SUPPORT MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES FINANCIAL SERVICES" DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE GERMAN AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT, ORGANIZES A REMOTE COURSE ON "FINANCIAL INCLUSION DATA TO SUPPORT MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES FINANCIAL SERVICES"

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THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE GERMAN AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT, ORGANIZES A REMOTE COURSE ON "FINANCIAL INCLUSION DATA TO SUPPORT MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES FINANCIAL SERVICES" Empty THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE GERMAN AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT, ORGANIZES A REMOTE COURSE ON "FINANCIAL INCLUSION DATA TO SUPPORT MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES FINANCIAL SERVICES"

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THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE GERMAN AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT, ORGANIZES A REMOTE COURSE ON "FINANCIAL INCLUSION DATA TO SUPPORT MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES FINANCIAL SERVICES"
 2021-05-24


THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE GERMAN AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT, ORGANIZES A REMOTE COURSE ON "FINANCIAL INCLUSION DATA TO SUPPORT MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES FINANCIAL SERVICES" Logo-ar




Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates
 
Today opened the training course distance on " micro, small and medium - sized financial inclusion to support financial services for micro - data projects " organized by the Institute of Training and capacity - building of the Arab Monetary Fund in cooperation with the German Development Agency, during the period 24 - 27 May 2021. 

The arrangement of this session comes as a continuation of the courses and workshops organized by the Fund, in an effort to contribute to assisting central banks, monetary institutions, statistical agencies and other concerned parties in the Arab countries, to build comprehensive statistics and databases on financial inclusion, through designing and implementing a statistical survey of the demand side of financial services for all Reliable data and statistics consistent with the reality of the financial sector, in accordance with the best international standards and practices that support building financial inclusion strategies and allow for comparative analysis with regional and global indicators.

This year’s cycle focuses more on demand-side statistics for the MSME sector, with the aim of understanding the requirements for collecting data and statistics regarding the access of these projects to financing and financial services, thus helping to design appropriate policies, programs and strategies that serve the development and growth of these enterprises.

On this occasion, in the speech of His Excellency Dr. Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah Al Hamidi, Director General and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Arab Monetary Fund:

Sisters and Brothers

 

I am pleased to welcome you at the beginning of the online training course on “ Financial Inclusion Data to Support Financial Services for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises ” held by the Training and Capacity Building Institute of the Arab Monetary Fund in cooperation with the German Development Agency , within the framework of the activities of the Regional Initiative to Enhance Financial Inclusion in the Arab Region, We hope that the course will contribute to enriching knowledge on this important topic.
 

Sisters and Brothers

 
The arrangement of this session comes as a continuation of the courses and workshops organized by the Fund, in an effort to contribute to assisting central banks, monetary institutions, statistical agencies and other concerned parties in the Arab countries, to build comprehensive statistics and databases on financial inclusion, through designing and implementing a statistical survey of the demand side of financial services for all Reliable data and statistics consistent with the reality of the financial sector, in accordance with the best international standards and practices that support building financial inclusion strategies and allow for comparative analysis with regional and global indicators.


 
This year’s cycle focuses more on demand-side statistics for the MSME sector, with the aim of understanding the requirements for collecting data and statistics regarding the access of these projects to financing and financial services, thus helping to design appropriate policies, programs and strategies that serve the development and growth of these enterprises.


 

Sisters and Brothers

 
The training course will provide participants from supervisory authorities and technicians concerned with financial inclusion statistics and strategies, an integrated framework for the statistical survey of the demand side of financial services consistent with sound practices, allowing them to identify needs for financial inclusion data for small and medium enterprises, and how to collect and analyze them to build policies to enhance financial inclusion based on To these data and indicators.

Many Arab countries have made unremitting efforts in implementing the statistical survey model, which provided data and indicators that are more reliable and relevant to the reality of our Arab societies. We hope that this session will contribute to increasing knowledge of the needs of applying these statistical surveys, and increasing the number of Arab countries that apply them, which will save The opportunity for comparative analysis to reach regional indicators, as the course focuses on a number of axes, the most important of which are:


  • Clarify the goals and objectives of data efforts related to financial inclusion priorities and national strategies to support MSMEs.



  • Design a data collection system for financial inclusion for MSMEs.



  • Analyze the scope and content of demand-side survey tools for SMEs .



  • Discussing various measures and indicators related to financial inclusion and their importance for monitoring, analysis and policy formulation .

  • Determine the future steps for building a sustainable financial inclusion data system.




In conclusion, we are pleased with the participation of distinguished experts with expertise in the field of financial inclusion who will deliver the course. I would also like to pay tribute to the constructive and fruitful cooperation with the German Development Agency, hoping and looking forward to the continuity of the cooperation.
I thank you and wish you a successful course. 

 
Peace, mercy and blessings of God. 



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