Peer learning is a critical component in AFI’s approach to accelerate practical financial inclusion knowledge generation and policy development. By sharing practical knowledge and experiences, the network’s vast membership of developing and emerging market economies guide each other in best practices that can be adapted within their own countries and jurisdictions.

Knowledge is shared voluntarily to help guide network members in the earlier stages of their financial inclusion journey, enabling the exchange of expertise from regulatory and supervisory peers facing similar local and national challenges. Network-wide guidance is provided through policy models and regional specific-guidance through policy frameworks.
Working Groups
Consumer Empowerment and Market Conduct Working Group (CEMCWG)
Digital Financial Services Working Group (DFSWG)
Financial Inclusion Data Working Group (FIDWG)
Financial Inclusion Strategy Peer Learning Group (FISPLG)
Global Standards Proportionality Working Group (GSPWG)
Inclusive Green Finance Working Group (IGFWG)
Small and Medium Enterprise Working Group (SMEFWG)
Other Thematic Areas
Forcibly Displaced Persons (FDPs)
Inclusive FinTech
Gender Inclusive Finance (GIF)
Inclusive Green Finance (IGF)
Youth Financial Inclusion

The AFI Publication Hub

AFI publishes financial inclusion regulatory and policy guidance based on peer learning, cooperation and a bottom-up approach.

Explore Library
This report was designed to help bridge the gaps in access to green finance for MSMEs, fostering an environment where these enterprises can thrive while contributing to a sustainable and resilient economy.
AFI members endorsed the Natadola Roadmap to IGF in the Pacific, which sets ambitious targets for the region.
The Eswatini NFIS 2023-2028 aims to build on the progress made in increasing access to financial services by focusing on their actual usage and developmental impact.
This report offers step-by-step actions for implementation to drive progress on women’s financial inclusion.
Highlights initiatives and promotes collaboration to advance financial inclusion through Islamic finance.

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