Policy Memos and Publications

2011 Policy Memos

  • Achieving Financial Inclusion Through Appropriate Regulatory Policy: The Case of Ghana's Informal and Semi-Formal Financial Institutions, Franklin Belnye, Assistant Director and Deputy Head, Banking Supervision Department, Bank of Ghana (policy memo)
  • Cash in and Cash Out Agents for Mobile Money in Indonesia, Siti Hidayati, Senior Payment Overseer, Directorate of Accounting and Payment System, Bank Indonesia (policy memo)
  • Policy Choices for The Regulation of Banking and Payment Agents in Kenya, Matu Mugo, Assistant Director, Bank Supervision Department, Central Bank of Kenya (policy memo)
  • Reviewing the Role of Namibia Post Savings Bank (NSB) in Broadening Access to Financial Services to the Poor, Michael Mukete, Assistant Governor, Bank of Namibia (policy memo)
  • Enhancing Financial Inclusion through Technological Innovations, Stephen Mwaura Nduati, Head, National Payments System Oversight Division, Central Bank of Kenya (policy memo)
  • Establishing a Corporate Strategy to Develop a More Inclusive Financial System, Pia Roman Tayag, Head, Inclusive Finance Advocacy Staff, Central Bank of the Philippines (policy memo)
  • Setting the Regulatory Landscape for the Provision of Electronic Money in Peru, Narda Sotomayor, Head, Department of Analysis of Microfinance Institutions, Research and Statistics Division, Superintendency of Banks, Insurance and Pension Funds, Lima, Peru (policy memo)
  • Establishing a National Financial Inclusion Networking Framework, Generose Tabaro, Manager, Oversight and Policy Department, Directorate of National Payment Systems, Bank of Tanzania (policy memo)
  • Promoting Micro-Savings Among the Lowest-End of the Income Segment Through Conditional Cash Transfer Programs in Mexico, Luis Treviño Garza, Director of Access to Finance, National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV), Government of Mexico (policy memo)

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