Dakar, November 26 (APS) – The first edition of the Week of Economic Inclusion was opened on Monday at the headquarters of the Central Bank of West Bengal (BCEAO) to bring together financial actors to discuss important issues of the day.
It has been launched this weekend on Monday at the headquarters of the financial institution and seeks to "find ways and means of encouraging people's financial services," said BCEAO, Tiemoko Meyliet Koné.
This work must be carried out "in a global framework that combines faith in the promotion and diversification of services, security of operation and stability of the system," he said.
Representatives of the financial institution, banks and other financial institutions, academics, social players and industry representatives bring together decision-makers, banking supervisors, "deep desire to bend reflection on the economic integration zone".
The idea is to discuss this week with the importance of the various activities that pose particular concerns and challenges for every UEMOA country.
Apart from the fact that the panels designed during the day "the economic integration situation in UEMOA" and "the digitization of payments by governments, businesses and major billers", a high-level forum on technical innovations in technical innovation has also been designed.
Weekly economic engagement takes place simultaneously in eight Member States at national level.