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Platform Supporters

The Role of Platform Supporters

Members of the FLI platform  jointly guide and shape Namibia’s financial education agenda.

At the Annual Strategic Workshop, Platform Supporters give their input and thus steer FLI’s 3-year-strategy. They jointly define target groups, projects and activities. Platform Supporters elect their representation to the EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE at the Annual General Meeting. Furthermore, Platform Supporters receive regular updates at quarterly-held “Action Group Meetings” for Personal Finance Education activities and Business Finance Education activities. They are invited to participate in all of FLI’s outreach activities and events to showcase or promote their organizations.

Platform Supporters are also invited to contribute their expertise and technical assistance to the FLI Secretariat team. For example, they may be asked to verify content of specific publications on specialized topics such as insurance, investments, or pension funds.

FLI Platform Supporters come from the public, private and civil society sector. Members from the public and private sector are expected to contribute financially to FLI’s annual budget.

The FLI membership is formalized through the signing of a MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING between the Platform Supporter and the Ministry of Finance.

Benefits of being a Platform Supporter:

FLI provides a platform for its supporters to exchange thoughts, ideas and concepts on financial consumer education and financial knowledge. Here are some of the benefits that the Platform Supporters of the FLI enjoy:

  • FLI Platform Supporters are entitled to receive financial education services and programs developed by the FLI (e.g., Financial Wellness Workplace Program, MSME training) allowing to develop and build capacity within their own institution.
  • FLI members benefit from the opportunity to make full use of all existing and future educational materials developed and provided by the FLI (e.g., educational booklets, training materials, videos, pamphlets)
  • FLI Platform Supporters receive recognition on their NFSC scorecard according to their financial contribution (consult scorecard for clarity)
  • FLI membership allows access to all current and future M&E data on financial education and financial literacy activities as implemented by the FLI.
  • Access to all research conducted and reports compiled by the FLI, including those in partnership with universities.
  • FLI membership publicly underlines your company’s social responsibility and engagement and links your organization to a well perceived Namibian institution.
  • Platform Supporters benefit from numerous opportunities to actively partake in activities organized and coordinated by the FLI, such as expo’s, roadshows, trade fairs/shows, where members can represent themselves to the public.

ADONAI TRUST

 Established in 2014 Adonai Trust, has positively impacted numerous lives.

AGRICULTURAL BANK OF NAMIBIA

Their mission is to provide affordable and sustainable innovative financial solutions towards socio-economic development in Namibia.

AVRIL PAYMENT SOLUTIONS


Avril Payment Solution is a Namibian owned company with the principle objective to provide a cost effective, secure and reliable deduction management solution to the Government of Namibia.

AIESEC

AIESEC is a community of young people, passionately driven by one cause: peace and fulfilment of humankind’s potential.

BANK WINDHOEK

Bank Windhoek is the flagship brand of Capricorn Investment Group Limited, known as Capricorn Group, a Namibian financial services group listed on the Namibian Stock Exchange with interests in banking, insurance, asset management, investments and micro finance.

BUSINESS FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS

Business Financial Solutions (BFS) is a Namibian multi-disciplinary advisory and investment management firm.

BANK OF NAMIBIA

The Bank of Namibia is one of FLI’s earliest and most active Platform Supporter. Already forming part of the first Executive Committee (2015/16), we are pleased to receive ongoing support and active involvement from the Bank of Namibia in steering FLI’s activities.

DEBT VISION CONSULTING SERVICES

They offer debt restructuring as a solution to consumers who are in arrears with their payments or who cannot meet the obligation of paying their monthly accounts on time.

DEVELOPMENT BANK OF NAMIBIA

The Development Bank of Namibia Limited (DBN) provides finance for viable enterprises and sustainable initiatives that contribute to the development of Namibia.

FNB

FNB Namibia Ltd. provides a full range of banking services to individuals, while FNB Business and RMB Namibia offer services and solutions that meet the needs of enterprises – both large and small – throughout the country.

HEALTHWORKS BUSINESS COALITION

Leading service provider in Workplace Wellness solutions.

HOUSE OF WOMEN

A network for Women Empowerment from the Namibian Women Summit.

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE BUSINESS FORUM

This is an organisation that aims to see Namibians become successful players in the mainstream business community as they strive to contribute meaningfully to the national economy- equally both in opportunity and gender.

LETSHEGO

The Group has over 3,000 employees comprising more than 21 nationalities, and supports public and private sector individual customers, as well as micro and small entrepreneurs.

MICRO LENDERS ASSOCIATION OF NAMIBIA

The Association was established to act as representative for the Micro Lending Industry in Namibia in consultations with the Ministry of Finance and the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA) to establish legislation for the industry.

MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES

The Ministry of Finance and Public Enterprises is responsible for central government finances, including coordination of the national budget, financial markets, consumer legislation and tax policy, the ministry plays an important role in positioning Namibia’s Public Enterprises to play a significant role in the country’s developmental agenda.

NAMFISA

The Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA) exists to supervise financial institutions and financial services and to advise the Minister of Finance on matters relating to financial institutions and financial services in terms of the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority Act, 2001 (Act No. 3 of 2001).

NAMIBIA SAVINGS & INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION

Namibia Savings & Investment Association (NaSIA) represents the majority of the country’s Asset Managers, Collective Investment Scheme (CIS) management companies, Linked Investment Service Providers (LISPs) and life insurance companies.

NAMIBIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

The NCCI was established on July 15, 1990, just months after Namibia’s Independence to serve as the representative body for the private sector nationwide.