Washington DC, 8 October 2022 (TDI): The Center for Financial Inclusion (CFI) is organizing a four-day virtual event from 17th to 20th October 2022.

Financial Inclusion Week (FIW) is an annual gathering of the global community working to advance inclusive finance.

The agenda of FIW 2022 includes global and regional plenaries, parallel live sessions, and a great lineup of on-demand content.

About the FIW Conference

This year marks the 8th anniversary of Financial Inclusive Week. Center for Financial Inclusion (CFI) convenes FIW each year. CIF invites partner organizations to showcase work, share ideas on what’s ahead and engage with the community.

The theme for this year’s FIW is “Inclusive Growth in a Digital Era”. The Finacial Inclusion Week focuses on digitalization as a new norm. It ensures that these services are safe and inclusive of all people and do not exacerbate the exclusion of marginalized and vulnerable groups.

This year’s event will explore how the global financial inclusion community can harness digital innovation to expand inclusive financial services for all people across the globe. FIW 2022 will highlight some of the most pressing issues facing inclusive finance today.

Moreover, it will ensure that products meet customer needs, have appropriate safeguards in place, and contribute to inclusive economic growth.

This year’s FIW event is the largest Financial Inclusion Week yet, with 45 live sessions and countless on-demand sessions. FIW is a forum for exchanging research, ideas, and perspectives from around the world.

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About CFI

The Center for Financial Inclusion (CFI) was founded in 2008 as an independent think tank on inclusive finance. CFI uses rigorous research and advocacy to advance inclusive financial systems for low-income people around the world.

CFI works to advance inclusive financial services for the billions of people who currently lack the financial tools needed to improve their lives and prosper.

It leverages partnerships to conduct rigorous research and test promising solutions and then advocate for evidence-based change.