Mexico’s National Banking and Securities Commission President Highlights Youth and "Most Vulnerable" at a Joint Event with AFI

Mexico’s National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV) is developing regulations and financial systems that target young people and vulnerable communities as part of efforts to boost financial inclusion, its head told participants at a joint learning program (JLP) earlier this week.

CNBV President Adalberto Palma Gómez emphasized the role of digital innovations in helping ensure that formal financial services leave no one behind while delivering his opening remarks at a JLP on Financial Technology (fintech) Regulation and Proportionality for Financial Inclusion in Mexico City. Forty-four participants from nearly 30 AFI member institutions are attending the event, the fourth such collaboration between CNBV and AFI.