GSMA launches code of conduct for mobile money providers

By November 11th, 2014 AT 4:24 PM

Mobile MoneyThe UK-based GSM Association (GSMA) has launched a Code of Conduct for Mobile Money Providers, outlining a series of common business principles to enable the development of safe and responsible digital financial services.

The first Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) to endorse the Code are Airtel, Avea, Axiata, Etisalat, Millicom, MTN, Ooredoo, Orange, Telenor, Vodafone and Zain. Together, these MNO groups represent 82% mobile money deployments operating in 51 countries.

“By endorsing the Code of Conduct, mobile operators are demonstrating their commitment in offering safe and reliable services, which will strengthen the digital financial ecosystem by fostering consistent implementation of business practices that ensure service quality, enhance customer satisfaction, facilitate commercial partnerships, and build trust with regulators,” said Anne Bouverot, Director General, GSMA.

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