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NYC: "Banking the Unbanked" 11/16, ColumbiaU
Columbia University Microfinance Working Group presents:
"Why are so many bankable people un-banked?"
Tuesday, Nov. 16, 3-5 p.m.
Harrison Room, Columbia Faculty House (400 West 117th Street, New York)
To celebrate the launch of the United Nations International Year of
Microcredit 2005 (YOM), Columbia's Microfinance Working Group is delighted
to invite you to our panel discussion on "Building Inclusive Financial
Sectors" that serve poor and low-income people in the developing world.
Leading the discussion: Christina Barrineau, Chief Technical Advisor and
Kathryn Imboden, Senior Policy Advisor of the United Nations Capital
-- Tom Easton, Panel Moderator (NY Bureau Chief, The Economist)
-- Robert Annibale (Global Director of Microfinance, Citigroup)
-- Geoff Davis (CEO, Unitus)
-- Janet Thompson (Board Member, Grameen Foundation USA)
RSVP to YOM_RSVP@yahoo.com to reserve a seat, providing your name, email,
telephone and affiliation. Space is limited.
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