“As a result, we believe that clients who use our branches should be able to perform day-to-day banking through our digital zones, with the option to consult with our experts for human assistance as needed,”
Gertrudes Tovela, administrator of the Bank of Mozambique, cited by Notícias, believes that the institution has in recent years carried out several actions aimed at modernizing the payment system in the country.
After El Salvador and a Honduras SEZ, and the city of Lugano, the Central African Republic has also accepted the Bitcoin as the legal tender in the country.
One way that this regulatory gap may be breached is to implement a digital advisory platform that is ESG and MiFID 2 compliant, underpinned by a goal-based investment planning and advice execution workflow. This will enable institutions to adopt a consist