ARMC Roundtables: Expert Advice On How To Successfully Launch Your Payments License Application – Uganda

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ARMC Roundtables: Expert Advice On How To Successfully Launch Your Payments License Application – Uganda

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Course Duration: 2 days | English

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Introduction.

Delivered over two distinct sessions, the ARMC Africa Fintech Roundtables Series is the place where Africa Fintech builders and investors can go to learn about Enterprise Risk Management; Regulatory Compliance; Cybersecurity and Data Protection issues that could impact your business from the experts with in-country and pan-Africa experience. At ARMC we provide the solutions that deliver Better Risk Management.
  • The workshops are designed to help all those involved in the roll-out of the regional and pan-African expansion strategies of Fintechs. As recent developments have shown, the successful roll-out of a Fintechs foot-print across the Sub-Sahara is not without its challenges. And there is a Right-Way to achieve is and a Wrong-Way to the same end. At ARMC, we talk about the concept of License to Trade. This license not includes getting a regulatory license but also a social and environmental license as well. In this webinar we focus helping our audience gain an in-depth knowledge and understand of each of the key deliverables required in order to launch a successful Payments Provider Licenses Application in Uganda. We bring together experts in Regulations; Enterprise Risk Management; Financial Crime AML / CFT; Cybersecurity; Data Protection; all of whom with direct experience of the Uganda legal and regulatory landscape including NITA; PDPO; and BOU
  • The roundtable is designed to bring together industry practitioners to review the regulation around licensing to Fintechs in Uganda, thus providing an ideal forum for you to interact with professional peers
  • This is an opportunity for participants to engage with highly experienced subject-matter knowledge experts who will provide direct insights and tools to assist with your application
  • Providing a safe place for networking, engagement and learning from Fintech Sector peers
  • Our sessions are run under strict ‘Chatham House’ rules; and we will enable and encourage participants to share their knowledge and experiences of Payment Licensing processes
  • 2 Workshops that will run on 7th & 14th September 2022.
  • Uganda National Payments Systems Act and Regulations
  • Payments Provider Licenses Application Requirements and Process
  • Regulatory Expectations of Enterprise Risk Management Frameworks (ERMF)
  • Regulatory Expectations of Framework and Policy for Monitoring; Detecting; and Reporting Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism
  • Obtaining a Technology Platform / Systems Certificate / License from NITA (National Information Technology Authority) Uganda
  • Uganda Data Protection Regulations (and the Uganda PDPO)
  • Your Questions Answered
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • General Counsels
  • Chief Compliance Officers
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Risk Managers
  • Compliance Officers
  • Product / Platform Development Managers
  • CISOs
  • CTOs
  • Official Certificate of Attendance
Roundtable One
  • Session One: An overview of the Uganda National Payments Systems Act and Regulations
  • Session Two: An overview of the Payments Provider Licenses Application Requirements and Process
  • Session Three: In-Depth Analysis: Regulatory Expectations of Enterprise Risk Management Frameworks (ERMF)
  • Q&A and Discussion
Roundtable Two
  • Session Four: In-Depth Analysis: Regulatory Expectations of Framework and Policy for Monitoring; Detecting; and Reporting Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism
  • Session Five: In-Depth Analysis: Obtaining a Technology Platform / Systems Certificate / License from NITA (National Information Technology Authority) Uganda
  • Session Six: Introduction to Uganda Data Protection Regulations (and the Uganda PDPO) Extensive Q&A
  • Q&A and Discussion