GFRID Summit 2021

16-17 June 2021, Online, #GFRID
Oya Pinar 
Ardic
Senior Financial Sector Specialist, Payment Systems Development Group, 
World Bank

Oya Ardic is a Senior Financial Sector Specialist at the Payment Systems Development Group (PSDG) of the Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation (FCI) Global Practice of the World Bank Group. Her work focuses on the area of Universal Financial Access and Payment Aspects of Financial Inclusion (PAFI), international remittances and cross border payments, models for electronic payments acceptance, retail payments strategies, social protection payments, and national financial inclusion strategies.

Previously, Oya held various positions within the financial sector at the World Bank Group. Before joining the World Bank Group, Oya worked at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey as an Associate Professor of Economics.

Practical information

FORMAT: Zoom webinar. Questions can be asked through the Q&A feature, and/or through the Zoom Chat.

REGISTRATION: register here.

INTERPRETATION: English, French and Spanish.

PROCEEDINGS: Available shortly after the event.

Organizers
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is a specialized agency of the United Nations and an international financial institution, with the mandate to invest in rural people to eradicate poverty in low- and middle-income countries.

IFAD’s US$65 million multi-donor Financing Facility for Remittances (FFR) aims to maximize the impact of remittances on development and promote diaspora engagement in migrants’ countries of origin.

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Oya Pinar 
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Oya Ardic is a Senior Financial Sector Specialist at the Payment Systems Development Group (PSDG) of the Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation (FCI) Global Practice of the World Bank Group. Her work focuses on the area of Universal Financial Access and Payment Aspects of Financial Inclusion (PAFI), international remittances and cross border payments, models for electronic payments acceptance, retail payments strategies, social protection payments, and national financial inclusion strategies.

Previously, Oya held various positions within the financial sector at the World Bank Group. Before joining the World Bank Group, Oya worked at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey as an Associate Professor of Economics.