PPD Training on DFS Policy and Regulation, Brazil
What is the Training About?
AFI’s Public Private Dialogue aims to bring together the players from the public and private sector to promote better understanding and appreciation of each other’s approach and role in promoting financial inclusion through digitization. This training will thus bring together the technical expertise of the regulators in developing an enabling environment and that of the private sector.
The training will provide the platform to share updates on recent trends, innovations and examples globally. In addition, it will focus on interoperability and also on integrating gender into financial inclusion strategies, which have been identified by the AFI members as areas of immediate concern.
Who Should Attend?
Staff from AFI member institutions in LAC who are closely involved in the development of polices and guidelines/frameworks in relation to digital financial services (DFS), payment systems, bank supervision, financial inclusion and stability will benefit the most from the training. The key topics to be discussed in this training are:
• Innovations and recent trends in DFS
• Interoperability and interconnectedness
• Integrating gender into digital initiatives for financial inclusion
• Policy and regulatory implications for financial inclusion
Participants are expected to share their country experiences, actively participate in the exercises, would be required to develop an action plan during the event and commit to its implementation.