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Advancing Digital Financial Inclusion in ASEAN : Policy and Regulatory Enablers (English)

This report is intended to support digital financial services (DFS) policymakers in emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs) and regulators endeavors, by providing a structured approach for the analysis of DFS and financial inclusion. It provides examples of how countries are progressing in pushing further DFS growth, and the type of challenges they are facing. This report could also be a tool for private sector stakeholders when assessing the institutional and regulatory environment to invest in and develop DFS initiatives and provide valuable inputs for their dialogue with the public sector.

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  • Author

    Aviles,Ana Maria, Sitorus,Djauhari, Trujillo Tejada,Veronica Paola

  • Document Date

    2019/02/28

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    134953

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    South Asia,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/03/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Advancing Digital Financial Inclusion in ASEAN : Policy and Regulatory Enablers

  • Keywords

    Combating the Financing of Terrorism; financial service; financial inclusion; economies of scale and scope; information and communication technology; Consumer Protection and Financial; Rotating Savings and Credit; access to financial service; Securities and Exchange Commission; capacity for data collection; data collection and analysis; broad range of stakeholders; application programming interface; regulation and supervision; financial system development; automated teller machine; financial service access; automated clearing house; retail payment system; financial system regulation; financial service design; financial service provider; credit risk assessment; international research institution; financial technology; approach to compliance; money transfer activities; Electronic Fund Transfer; flow of information; development finance institution; money transfer company; economies of scope; money transfer operator; risk of fraud; level of policy; risk and vulnerability; formal financial service; private sector stakeholder; basic financial service; formal financial institution; technology risk management; private sector initiative; competition and integration; cost of failure; interest rate cap; regulation of infrastructure; electronic banking services; proceeds of crime; financial regulatory framework; restrictions on credit; foreign exchange service; financial authority; business model; digital channel; financial risk; microfinance institution; money laundering; market development; supervisory framework; supervisory capacity; knowledge exchange; national strategy; regulatory authority; literature review; building knowledge; sustainability problems; promotion activity; open account; recurrent payment; financial product; digital means; regulatory capacity; telecommunication network; banking institution; Online Banking; regulatory requirement; ict infrastructure; international standard; transaction process; technological literacy; innovative policy; basic infrastructure; competition authority; policy-making process; mobile banking; learning opportunity; effective supervision; financial sustainability; transfer money; microfinance regulation; informal lender; peer learning; electronic device; village fund; free flow; standard definition; production environment; anonymous account; international forums; innovative product; financial market; regulatory perspective; transaction account; payment point; verification procedures; product regulation; regulatory body; Regulatory Bodies; alternate id; regulatory development; cross-border investment; address information; country survey; share market; biometric devices; regulatory oversight; Payments for Services; business relationship; financial success; medium-sized enterprise; agricultural region; regulatory barrier; geographic scope; delivery channels; loan size; allocation portfolio; credit assessment; consumer insight; telecommunication infrastructure; account opening; banking authority; promotional activity; Public-Private Partnership; behavioral research; regulatory risk; Innovation Labs; maturity mismatch; market structure; state telecommunication; institutional approach; internet banking; electronic service; low-income people; digital finance; financial viability; data storage; telecommunication service; cross-border activities; financial activities; pilot program; consumer complaint; computer program; public actor; national policy; management expertise; financial soundness; political commitment; comprehensive strategy; public authority; digital economy; digital technology; regulatory response; corporate profile; multiple actor; Advisory services; civil society; bankers association; regional policy; advocacy effort; economic integration; designing policy; personal communication; commercial operation; Financial Stability; supervisory authority; maturity risk; liquidity risk; governance risk; regulatory uncertainty; insurance product; editorial services; regulatory environment

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Aviles,Ana Maria Sitorus,Djauhari Trujillo Tejada,Veronica Paola

Advancing Digital Financial Inclusion in ASEAN : Policy and Regulatory Enablers (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/856241551375164922/Advancing-Digital-Financial-Inclusion-in-ASEAN-Policy-and-Regulatory-Enablers