November 01, 2021
Webinar, United States

The forces shaping the future of inclusive finances are clear—the starring role of consumer digital data, a revamped definition of banking under embedded finance, the advent of multifaceted regulatory frameworks such as open-banking and data protection—all amidst developing economies that are grappling with climate change, the changing nature of work and recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. What is less apparent is how the collision of these forces will reshape the consumer protection priorities and agenda for the inclusive finance community.

This plenary panel discussed the future of financial consumer protection through leading voices who shared their perspectives on the novel risks and innovative approaches that could define the industry’s learning agenda over the next decade.

To learn more, see the event website here.