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Submitted by Kate McKee on

The study's findings have just been highlighted at the opening session of the Alliance for Financial Inclusion Global Policy Forum (Kuala Lumpur) on how to optimize linkages between financial inclusion and financial stability, integrity and protection objectives. The Forum has attracted 430+ policy makers including 51 Central Banks. Panelists including Central Bank Governors from Malaysia, BCEAO, Mexico and Bangladesh and CGAP CEO TIlman Ehrbeck have also stressed synergies between inclusion, protection and overall consumer trust and confidence in the system.