This guideline note provides actionable guidance on how to properly integrate digital financial services into a national financial inclusion strategy to have a positive impact on end-users.
With the global economy still in recovery from the pandemic, AFI members are intensifying efforts to accelerate effective, targeted and sustainable financial inclusion policy and regulatory solutions.
Finalists will deliver a technical presentation of their innovations within a global audience of AFI member institutions, fintech experts and relevant stakeholders in virtual sessions across 12-13 April.
This study explores the overlaps of green finance and financial inclusion in addressing the issues of environmental change, financial stability, and social equity, and calls for the integration of both finance concepts into the emerging inclusive green finance (IGF) policy area.
This Guideline Note provides policymakers and regulators with a helpful framework to develop effective consumer protection regulations, inclusive consumer awareness and financial education initiatives to plan for future crises.
This Framework provides data collection guidance for MSME and gender inclusive finance, defines an extended set of MSME finance indicators, and shares best practices to advance financial inclusion for MSMEs.
This framework provides guidance to regulators and policymakers contemplating strategies regarding digital banks, with a view of promoting financial inclusion.
The initiative provides a stage for the world’s most promising fintech and regtech innovators that are enhancing access to and the usage and quality of formal financial services for low-income populations
Case Studies of Multisectoral Approaches to Integrating Digital Financial Services for Women’s Financial Inclusion
This case study explores whether the use of DFS can be used to accelerate women’s financial inclusion and reduce gender inequality in sectors other than financial service - health, agriculture and MSME.