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Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Expert in Financial Inclusion Policy Certified

Sep 1, 2019—Feb 29, 2020
Online
EUR 1300 ≈USD 1442

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Description

The significant contribution that financial inclusion can make to achieving inclusive economic growth and the Sustainable Development Goals has gained global recognition.

This course will provide you with relevant knowledge on the following key financial inclusion policy areas – proportionate application of global standards, consumer protection, the digital route to financial inclusion, national strategies, measuring impact of financial inclusion.

The course will help develop skills to develop and analyse policies and design strategies to implement them with a special focus on developing countries.

This online training is developed and implemented as joint initiative between Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI). You will benefit from world class education experience of a top-ranked business school, combined with the expertise from the world`s leading organization for financial inclusion policymakers.

This online training is developed and implemented as joint initiative between Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI). You will benefit from world class education experience of a top-ranked business school, combined with the expertise from the world`s leading organization for financial inclusion policymakers.

Course Details

This course provides a broad understanding of the designing and implementation of financial regulatory frameworks. It covers in detail the following financial inclusion policy areas – proportionate application of global standards, consumer education and empowerment, national strategies that ensure a coordinate approach to financial inclusion, measuring impact of financial inclusion. It also focuses on three core components that drive financial inclusion – financing of micro, small and medium enterprises, microfinance and microinsurance and taking the digital route to financial inclusion.

Unit 1: Balancing Inclusion, Integrity and Stability

Unit 3: Financial Inclusion Strategies

Unit 5: Financing Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)

Unit 2: Consumer Empowerment and Market Conduct

Unit 4: Measuring Financial Inclusion

Unit 6: Microcredit, Microsavings and Microinsurance

Unit 7: Digital Financial Services

Who should attend

Financial regulators, management and staff of financial service providers, both banks and non-banks, who are either working on developing regulations pertaining to financial inclusion or need to be aware of the regulatory aspects to help design and deliver financial services that promote financial inclusion. Consultants, professionals and students from the financial inclusion domain will also benefit from the course by understanding the strategic and regulatory framework that promotes financial inclusion.

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Sep 1, 2019—Feb 29, 2020
Online
EUR 1300 ≈USD 1442

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