SME Banking Club is global professional network aimed to provide relevant information on what global, regional, local banks and financial companies are offering for micro, small and medium-sized businesses (SME). Learn more about membership.
Each year SME Banking Club gathers business bankers and SME experts in May in Georgia as to explore some of the key issues facing the region and the industry at the moment. The Conference attracts international speakers from world financial institutions willing to share their views and experience on SME & Business Banking. Find more about Caucasus SME Banking Club conferences in 2015, 2016 and 2017 years.
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While digital has become the main channel of the banking client relationship, this year we are seeing an acceleration of all players on Internet banking.
Mobile banking is growing and is being adopted at financial institutions of all sizes. Well-planned digital banking strategy can improve CX and relationships.
Traditional bank finance poses challenges to SMEs, in particular to newer, innovative and fast growing companies, with a higher risk-return profile.
With a lack of funding provided by banks, a recent surge of SMEs have emerged seeking alternative finance options.
Innovations in technology and the structure of agricultural markets enable the evolution of approaches that can help agri-finance.
Experience suggests that value chain finance is arguably one of the most sustainable and effective ways of reaching smallholder farmers.
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