Proportionate Regulations for Financial Inclusion
May 22-26, 2017
Partner/Co-host: National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV)
What is the Training About?
Developing proportionate regulations is critical to help achieve financial inclusion goals. The learning objective of this JLP is to develop analytical skills of the participating regulators to assist them draft regulations that balance between greater access to finance services and stability, while complying with international standards. This JLP focusses on the following topics that help deal with the challenges and trade-offs in drafting proportionate regulation:
- To support account opening - KYC requirements (tiered KYC, simplified KYC, e-KYC)
- Of digital financial services - mobile banking, agent banking, payment systems, e-money issuers, FinTech
- Of non-bank entities – cooperatives, non-bank entities
- Of emerging lending models – crowdfunding, payroll credit, microcredit
Who Should Attend?
The JLP is relevant for senior and middle management staff members who are closely involved in the development of regulations. Staff working on drafting polices/supervising issues on AML/CFT, KYC requirement and compliance, payments system, lending models will especially benefit from this training.
The event is a practical and interactive programme and participants are expected to share their country experiences, actively participate in the exercises and discussions. They would also be required to develop an action plan during the event and commit to its implementation.
How to Register?
Invitation for nominations along with the Request for Application (RFA) Form has been emailed to AFI focal points of all AFI member institutions. Please mail the filled in RFA form to Capacity.Building@afi-global.org