This program is not open for registration. Please contact Jennifer Singh email@example.com if you are interested in this program.
A cross-sectorial program on how key market
developments (FinTech, RegTech and SupTech) and new players offering innovative
products and services (e.g., nonbank payment service providers, cloud
computing, digital identification, mobile customer interfaces, among others)
impact financial regulation and supervision, including how they could help
improve supervision and support new supervisory approaches while providing a
safe and secure medium to enable the growth of financial inclusion and gender
equality. The course will also discuss mechanisms that can be used by financial
supervisors to facilitate the emergence and growth of such innovation, e.g.
regulatory sandboxes, fintech hub and other facilitators.
This program is designed to enhance participants’ understanding and gain a practical perspective on:
This is a highly interactive program which will include technical vignettes, group activities, and real life examples and case studies.
The program is designed for middle-to-senior level staff and managers involved directly or indirectly in regulatory and supervisory functions that control fintech-related activities, with direct or indirect impact on the implementation of financial inclusion and gender equality policies. Participants should have at least three years of working experience in financial sector supervision, or policy and regulatory analysis, including financial inclusion and gender equality policy.
Registration for this program is by invitation only.
This program will be held virtually in partnership with: