Verónica Trujillo is a Financial Inclusion expert with emphasis on Digital Financial Services (DFSs). She has ample experience in the areas of digital financial sector infrastructure (i.e. financial system and connectivity and technological infrastructure) as well as DFS specific products (e.g. e-money, alternative finance, crowdfunding, among others). Verónica has worked in various related projects for the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and USAID. Her most recent experience includes the analysis of public policies to support the digital economy, in topics such as taxation for digital companies and data privacy or using new technologies for compliance. Prior to this, her work experience includes leading and participating in regional projects to support financial inclusion across Latin America and the Caribbean with the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) of the Inter- American Development Bank. She was part of the Global Microscope of Financial Inclusion Team publication and lead a project to build a regional database on financial institutions sustainability and outreach indicators. Verónica is a PhD from Salamanca University and holds two master’s degrees, one in ‘International Relations and Diplomacy’ and another in ‘Law and Economics’. She is a lawyer by the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.