Fintech Benchmarks 2022 – presentation

Fintech subject matter specialist Joasia Popowicz speaks about strategy, cyber security, CBDCs and more

The legal relationship with, and role of fintech in, central banks is complex. For emerging market economy central banks, financial inclusion is a key driver for exploring central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). Few central banks, however, have a legal mandate to issue a CBDC.

At the same time, private fintechs have huge potential to reach millions of people that are unbanked and accelerate development. Within specific income classification groups, central banks from lower-middle income

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