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Queen Máxima of the Netherlands will visit Colombia

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Queen Máxima of the Netherlands will visit Colombia

Queen Máxima of the Netherlands will arrive in Colombia from February 25 to 28 as special advisor to the United Nations Secretary General on Financial Inclusion for Development (UNSGSA), in what represents her second visit to the country, the first being in November 2014.

During her stay, the monarch will meet with representatives of the National Governmentfinancial entities of the Bicentenario Group and private sector actors to learn about and support the advances, challenges and opportunities in terms of financial services, inclusion and financial health in Colombia.

As reported by the Foreign Ministry in a statement, these meetings will serve as a platform to understand the diversity of financial services available in the country.as well as innovations in technological finance and the work of local cooperatives.

In addition, Queen Máxima is expected to share practices on open finance, propose mechanisms and tools for financial inclusion, and highlight Colombia’s leadership and its regional efforts in this area.

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Queen Máxima’s agenda will begin on February 26 in Medellín, where you will visit three projects that offer digital financial products: Avista, the Cooperativa Financiera de Antioquia and Finaktiva. Likewise, he will hold a meeting with representatives of Bancolombia.

On Tuesday, February 27, the monarch will hold various bilateral meetings with representatives of the private sector and high financial authorities of the Government, including the Minister of Finance, the financial superintendent and the manager of the Bank of the Republic.

Finally, on Wednesday, February 28, the visit will conclude with a conference on financial technology and a round table with the national development banks belonging to the Bicentenario Group. This last day promises to be a day of valuable exchange on the future of financial inclusion in the country.

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