Jeremiah Grossman

Jeremiah Grossman has over 10 years of experience in law and access to financial services. A lawyer with a Master’s degree in international relations, Jerry works to promote the development of safe and enabling legal and regulatory frameworks that foster the growth of digital financial service ecosystems while protecting customers. Currently, Jerry is helping mobile network operators to strengthen the foundations of their mobile money business and build partnerships for the creation of digital ecosystems. Prior to joining GSMA, Jerry advised central banks and international stakeholders on various legal and policy issues related to access to finance. Some examples of Jerry’s prior assignments include working closely with central bank staff to develop agent banking, branchless banking, and e-money regulations in Namibia, Ethiopia, and Yemen; identifying promising global examples of digital financial services for smallholder farmers; co-authoring a digital finance handbook for USAID staff; supporting efforts to strengthen microfinance regulation and supervision in the Middle East and North Africa; and analyzing regulatory frameworks for branchless banking and access to finance in Angola, Kyrgyz Republic, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Tajikistan, Tanzania, South Africa, Uganda, and Zambia.


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