AFI Leaders’ Virtual Public-Private Dialogue Roundtable “COVID-19: lessons and opportunities for recovery and advancing inclusive finance and growth in 2021 and beyond” - Opening remarks by Dr. Alfred Hannig, Executive Director, AFI
Virtual In-Country Training on Inclusive Green Finance for the Superintendencia de la Economía Popular y Solidaria de Ecuador (SEPS) - Discurso de apertura po Superintendent, Dr. Margarita Hernández, SEPS
The world’s leading organization on financial inclusion policy and regulation. A member-owned network, we empower policymakers to increase access and usage of quality financial services for the underserved through the formulation, implementation and global advocacy of sustainable and inclusive policies.
policy and regulatory changes
million people financially included
Making financial services more accessible to the world’s unbanked.
This report proposes a first approach to collecting IGF related data from the demand-side, which is necessary to assess the needs of vulnerable populations, potential economic impacts of climate events and help policymakers drive effective policy interventions.
Access to finance for women-led-MSMEs can lead to an increase in productive assets, productivity, and stronger economic growth, but access to finance is arguably the most binding constraint to their growth.
Through examples and case studies, this survey report examines the state of regulation of CP4DFS in AFI member countries and provides practical insights for policymakers on how to use the related policy model.
AFI is the world’s leading organization on financial inclusion policy &
regulation. A member - owned network, we promote and develop evidence - based policy solutions that
improve lives of the poor through the power of financial inclusion