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L20 can be used in both online and offline environments.
Deploy in any environment
Recipients of aid do not require ID, mobile phones or bank accounts, making onboarding fast and inclusive to all.
Onboard users quickly
Our technology helps to reduce risks associated with fraud, sanctions, aid diversions and information security.
Prevent aid diversion
L20 manages all aspects of aid delivery operations from one centralised location. From programme creation to distribution, it streamlines processes eliminating the need for manual, time-consuming tasks.
Streamline aid delivery operations
L20 provides real-time tracking and reporting capabilities, giving NGOs the transparency needed to make informed decisions and allocate resources where they are needed the most
Know exactly what communities need
International Women's Day
As we celebrate International Women's Day, it is important to remember that while progress has been made in gender equality, we still have a long way to go. At F4ID, we are committed to advancing equity for women in the context of financial inclusion.
What does equity mean in the context of financial inclusion? Simply put, it means that women have the same opportunities and access to financial resources as men. This includes access ...
Who we are
Fintech for International Development (F4ID) brings humanitarian, finance and technology experts together under one roof.
F4ID is an impact Fintech with social purpose (#fintechforgood) , founded through a collaboration between Save the Children, Barclays and Standard Chartered. F4ID provides solutions to the aid ecosystem.
F4ID is on a mission to create a world where every community has the technology, tools and resources it needs to prosper.
F4ID empowers households and suppliers to bring sustainability to the development sector.
Our cloud based approach allows us to operate anywhere in the world and work in last mile environments.
Empowering communities by delivering safe, secure and sustainable humanitarian outcomes, using technology.
Founder & Chief Impact Officer
Steve has worked in the humanitarian sector for 14 years. Previously he was Director of Fintech at Save the Children International specialising in last-mile solutions for NGOs in high-risk jurisdictions. Steve has also advised World Bank on financial inclusion and bank de-risking.
Chief Executive Officer
Natasha has 20+ experience in financial services, having worked within large international banks and more recently within financial technology. Her last role was the COO of Singapore-based start-up Autumn (owned by Standard Chartered Ventures).
Chief Financial Officer
Claire has prior experience in the banking, finance, civil service and charity sectors. Her last role was Head of Treasury Risk, Reporting & Analysis at Save the Children International responsible for flows of $1bn in 80 currencies.
Chief Information & Security Officer
Pranav is a technologist at heart who has 18+ years of experience working in banking, insurance and Fintech. His last role was to lead the Technology and Information Security teams in a Fintech backed by a large bank.
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