Risk-Based Supervision Is Key to Financial Inclusion in 2020 & Beyond


CGAP’s financial sector specialists argue that risk-based supervision is key to financial inclusion especially for emerging markets and developing economies (EMDE) where supervisory capacity is low and financial innovations are evolving quickly.  

Risk-based supervision involves building risk profiles, conducting risk assessments and monitoring indicators to systematically identify, measure and monitor risks. 

Since 2019, CGAP has been partnering with EMDE supervisors in a few countries to better understand and report on supervisory challenges and solutions in digital financial inclusion, including the use of SupTech.

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