The Egyptian Gulf Bank (EG Bank) will hold an educational seminar at Cairo University on Monday. The seminar will focus on raising the level of knowledge of university students regarding financial inclusion, its importance for individuals and institutions alike, and its role in economic growth and financial stability in Egypt.
According to a statement issued by the bank, the seminar is in line with the government’s plan to spread the financial inclusion culture and introduce its new plan to transform the society into a cashless one. The seminar will also serve in the framework of the bank’s interest in supporting education and financial awareness of the society, especially the youth, upon whom the bank relies for its successes and believes in their ideas and abilities.
The statement added that the seminar also comes within a number of activities and efforts to consolidate the principle of financial inclusion under the supervision of the Council of Arab Central Banks Governors and Arab Monetary Institutions.
Moataz Mo’men, a skills development trainer and human development expert, will be lecturing at the seminar. Mo’men has served as an advisor to many organisations, including the International Labor Organization and the Egyptian Banking Institute.