First of all, taking his studies serious is not unfair. I admit that I study to make a career in the finance and banking sector. My respect for all people, not only young people, who are active in NGOs or parties, as far as they take their commitment seriously. But I also met people, who are just manifesting, talking and doing things without having a real point. Already in primary school, I had the dream of becoming a successful businesswoman. Success gives you independence, especially if you are a young Tunisian woman.
A condition for success is detailed knowledge, which I got and get through my studies, like in the U.S. stock market or the financial accounting of big enterprises.
In my diploma thesis I’m trying to show the impact, which a more common e-banking would have to Tunisia. I propose to establish more online banking plattforms with an easier access, to facilitate transactions and to manage your account, manage you account remotely. So more Tunisians could make their transfers without going to the bank. This e-banking helps us to avoid wasting time in moving and traffics, so it allows you to perform your transactions even if your bank is closed, or if you are out of your country.
I chose the banking system because at the end of the day every thing is a matter of money and with my diploma thesis I will get the attention from our ministry of finance.
In fact, they know that we have to make e-banking more common. They see that developed states take a huge advantage of e-banking like in France.
Maybe the right woman is still missing?
Text by Neval Parlak , Member of Juma e.V. (www. juma.de); photo unknown;
Published 10 of December 2018
Safaa Dhaoui, 22, is a student of Professional Master of Finance with the focus on banking and insurance.