IMANI is focused on bringing financial services to the unbanked and under-banked. Our new revolutionary mobile payment system makes it possible to offer low-cost services to the unbanked anywhere in the world. We are initially focused on Sub-Saharan Africa.
IMANI believes it is essential to treat the causes of poverty...And that banking eliminates a huge barrier to progress.
What you can do?
- Get paid directly into your account
- Pay bills
- Buy goods from anyone
- Send money to anyone, even in another country
- Use 5 ways to cash in, and 5 ways to cash out, including integration with banks and ATM's, even if you do not have a bank account
- Free currency conversion
- No reliance on street agents from mobile carriers
- Know your account and phone number, along with all your personally identifiable information, is secure and will never be transmitted
- Transfer cryptocurrency
- Have peace of mind knowing IMANI is financially regulated and both HIAA and RedRAMP compliant
Digital financial inclusion impact on emerging markets
Rapid advances in technology are enabling those in emerging markets to skip certain phases of growth in areas where infrastructural and market voids exist. The perpetually increasing availability and decreasing cost of wireless internet, for example, is helping those in rural areas connect to the rest of the world, while at the same time bypassing the expense and labor of building a traditional physical communications network. IMANI brings financial tools and infrastructure as a money transmitter, without the cost of brick and mortar banks.
Using a system such as IMANI (differing greatly from the 'top-up' players, such as M-pesa, in the market today), McKinsey quantifies just how large the economic impact could be:
Widespread use of digital finance could boost annual GDP of all emerging economies by $3.7 trillion by 2025.
Allow governments to save $110 billion per year by reducing leakage in spending and tax revenue (80-90% lower cost to providing digital rather than physical accounts).
Boost annual GDP of all emerging economies by $3.7 trillion by 2025. Additional GDP could lead to the creation of up to 95 million jobs across all sectors.
Advancing gender equality in financial inclusion could unlock $12 trillion of incremental GDP by 2025.