Caruana sees role for BIS in ‘digital financial inclusion’

Jaime Caruana

To achieve the huge potential of ‘digital financial inclusion' a diverse group of standard-setters must work together – and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) provides an excellent forum for that dialogue, according to Jaime Caruana, the BIS's general manager.

A conference held in Basel on October 30–31 brought together representatives from six global standard-setters under the auspices of the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion, a G-20 group set up to promote financial inclusio

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