Sunday, April 22, Washington DC: Country representatives and international experts showcased the potential of country commitments to catalyze dramatic improvements in financial inclusion.
Drawing from the rich experiences and leadership of Mexico and other countries in financial inclusion, this event highlighted the role of various stakeholders, including regulators, policy makers, commercial banks, telecommunication providers, and others. Effective approaches, models, and innovations were also explored. The role of the private sector and the importance of consumer protection and financial education were themes for the event.
The day began with a high-level opening session followed by four sessions with presenters and panelists from G20 and non-G20 finance ministries and central banks, leading banks, international financial institutions, the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion, civil society, and academia.
Video recordings of the sessions can be viewed below.