AFI’s Hannig sees central banks bolstering resources to drive inclusion

Alfred Hannig at AFI
Alfred Hannig at AFI

Financial inclusion is firmly established on the global policy agenda. While countries are still learning how best to drive inclusion within their own borders, there is a growing body of experience across the globe to help inform their decisions. Central banks have become a key part of this drive, through their roles as regulators, supervisors and research hubs.

Its maturity as a policy area is reflected in the independence of the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI). Established in 2008, the

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