Chloé Gueguen is a digital finance specialist and a relentless advocate of leveraging 'Fintech' innovations to create meaningful financial solutions for low-income people, especially poor or disadvantaged women. As a Lead Market Analyst for the Arab Women’s Entreprise Fund (AWEF), Chloé co-leads AWEF's Financial Inclusion (FI) program in Egypt, which involves designing the FI program strategy, identifying opportunities to work with digital finance stakeholders and piloting innovative development approach to accelerate women’s economic empowerment by giving them greater access to - and agency over - financial services in Egypt. Chloé also works as a part-time consultant for the IFC/World Bank Group, where, as part of the « MENA Banking on Women » Program, she advises financial institutions to better cater to the women’s markets in Morocco and Tunisia. Chloé holds a Canadian MBA from Laval University, and a French Master degree from Toulouse Business School.
- Eight lessons on making digital financial inclusion work for women in MENA 
- Fintech for women: scaling the financial inclusion pyramid in Egypt