Report | Jul 6, 2017
The 2017 G20 FIAP, a revision of the earlier 2010 and 2014 editions, reaffirms the G20 Leaders' commitment to advance financial inclusion benefiting all countries and all people, including in particular underserved groups (such as the poor, women, youth, and people living in remote rural areas) and vulnerable groups (which include elderly people, migrants, forcibly displaced persons). Under this revised G20 FIAP, the GPFI identifies four key drivers that will set the stage for continuing the progress in achieving financial inclusion: (1) recognition of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development as the overarching framework for sustainable development globally; (2) the rapid development and penetration of digital innovations; (3) increased attention to the importance of responsible access and usage of financial services to the poor, strengthening the focus on underserved and vulnerable groups; and (4) the mainstreaming of financial inclusion alongside other financial sector development goals of stability, integrity and consumer protection.
Report | Jul 6, 2017
This report takes stock of the work of the G20 GPFI under the 2014 G20 Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP). The 2014 FIAP contains 10 action areas and a results framework, which defines a set of five cross-cutting issues that are relevant for the work of the GPFI as such and all Subgroups. The 2014 FIAP was put into practice mainly by the four Subgroups of the GPFI and their Implementing Partners.
| Jul 6, 2017
The 2017 G20 FIAP, a revision of the earlier 2010 and 2014 editions, reaffirms the G20 Leaders' commitment to advance financial inclusion benefiting all countries and all people, including in particular underserved groups (such as the poor, women, youth, and people living in remote rural areas) and vulnerable groups (which include elderly people, migrants, and forcibly displaced persons).
G20/OECD INFE REPORT Ensuring financial education and consumer protection for all in the digital age
Report | Jul 1, 2017
Prepared by the OECD International Network on Financial Education (OECD/INFE) through an iterative consultation process between 2015 and 2017, this report supports Principle 6 of the High-Level Principles for Digital Financial Inclusion and contributes to G20 and GPFI efforts to prioritise their implementation.
Report | Jul 1, 2017
Aimed at capturing the strengths and areas of improvement for the G20 countries in each of the areas of credit infrastructure (CI), this report is expected to be used as the initial benchmark to compare against progress of G20 in the areas of credit reporting systems, secured transactions and collateral registries, and insolvency regimes in 2019.
Case Study | Jul 1, 2017
This paper presents a synthesis of the key lessons and implications of climate change needs and solutions for MSMEs in developing countries with an emphasis on the implications for governments and development agencies to consider.
Case Study | Jun 15, 2017
This note provides policymakers and other government oficials with an overview of the major practical issues to consider when planning the expansion of financial inclusion through the use of digital payments ecosystems.
Report | Jun 15, 2017
This G20 report takes stock of the range of data, and the range of institutions using the data. It considers the opportunities alternative data presents to narrow the financing gap for SMEs. It also notes the new issues and potential risks raised by this massive increase and diversification of data supply to financial sector stability, and to consumer protection.
| Apr 24, 2017
G20 report on “Digital Financial Inclusion: Emerging Policy Approaches” examines how countries are implementing measures in line with the G20 High-Level Principles for Digital Financial Inclusion (HLPs) published in 2016—aiming at catalyzing government actions to drive financial inclusion through a focus on digital technologies.
| Apr 19, 2017
The Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion 2017 Work Plan presents the key outcomes for the GPFI during 2017. Consistent with the theme of Germany's G20 Presidency in 2017, "Shaping an interconnected world", the GPFI will continue to work in 2017 towards further strengthening the functioning of the GPFI and will pursue the implementation of the 2014 G20 FIAP and subsequent 2017 revised G20 FIAP.