Developing countries focused on financial inclusion are reshaping central banking

Alfred Hannig at AFI

At a time when central bankers in developed countries have been focused on traditional areas such as financial stability, their colleagues from the developing and emerging world have been playing a much wider role in their respective economies. In recent years, this group of central bankers has developed their mandates in innovative ways to promote more inclusive and sustainable growth by bringing the promise of financial inclusion to the world’s 2.5 billion unbanked population.1 Financial

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