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.

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This policy framework provides guidance contemplating strategies regarding digital banks, with a view of promoting financial inclusion.
The objective of this guideline note is to provide practical on implementing a national financial education strategy aiming to effectively reach the most vulnerable market segments such as women, youth and the forcibly displaced.
Developed by the ASEAN Working Committee on Financial Inclusion and AFI, the objective of this policy note is to identify, explore, provide, introduce and support digital financial literacy in member countries.
This policy framework describes financial competencies in four categories: knowledge, skills, attitude and behavior covering not only financial literacy but also financial capability.
The report aims to enable AFI members in the EECA region to deepen their understanding of the possible challenges and to collaborate system on an efficient interoperable cross-border remittance system.
This case study explores whether the use of DFS in sectors other than financial services can be used to accelerate women’s financial inclusion and reduce gender inequality.

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