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Manager for the Mobile Money Programme
Anant Nautiyal is a Manager for the Mobile Money Programme at GSMA. In this role, Anant manages engagements in markets in order to create interoperable mobile money schemes and to foster collaborative actions to launch ecosystem services (such as government payments, merchant payments, and more). Prior to joining GSMA, Anant worked at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Geneva, and in philanthropic and consulting roles in the ‘mobile for development’ space. Through his previous engagements, Anant has worked closely with mobile operators across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. He brings his strong experience of developing country contexts and the corporate sector to this role.
Posts by Anant:
QR codes are increasingly being adopted by merchants Recently, QR codes—or Quick Response codes—have been adopted by a growing number of players to facilitate retail payments. ...
This blog was co-written by Claire Scharwatt and Anant Nautiyal. At the beginning of 2016, Jordan became the first country in the Middle East and North Africa to have implemented ...
This blog was co-written by Anant Nautiyal and Francesco Pasti. Merchant payments have not scaled in mobile money, but the opportunity is huge With transaction values exceeding ...
What do we mean by Interoperability? There are many different types of interoperability. In addition to transaction interoperability (the ability to transfer money between ...