This 10-point action plan for governments and businesses shares practical steps to help end the continued economic exclusion of women through digital financial inclusion.
This policy brief examines the types of regulatory flexibility adopted in response to the pandemic and provides early evidence on the impact of these measures.
Looking at a survey of over 27,000 adults from 28 major economies, this paper suggests potential explanations for the gender gap and implications for challenges in fostering financial inclusion with new technology.
The objective of this technical note is to assist market conduct authorities to build and enhance supervisory capacity and efficiency by providing concrete examples where supervisory technology can be leveraged.
The Role of Consumer Organizations to Support Consumers of Financial Services in Low and Middle Income Countries
Based on a survey with 36 members of Consumers International from 32 low- and middle-income countries this report highlights key approaches that consumer associations can use to advocate for better financial consumer protection.
This publication shares insights for financial inclusion stakeholders on what algorithms can say about who is creditworthy in emerging markets, the risks for those it leaves out, and what it all might mean for inclusive finance.
This publication focuses on the urgency and importance of providing comprehensive and adequate social protection to all—especially in times of crisis.
Based on AFI members experiences, this policy framework provides regulatory and policy approaches recommended to advance the youth financial inclusion agenda.