CGD is shaping the international agenda to increase access to financial services for poor people and small and medium businesses in the developing world—a key to shared global prosperity. The G-20 Toronto Summit in June 2010 adopted Principles for Innovative Financial Inclusion that closely mirror those of a CGD task force report, Policy Principles for Expanding Financial Access released in 2009 and led by Liliana Rojas-Suarez.
The CGD report complements the International Monetary Fund’s Access to Finance Project, an online database that underpins research into the provision of consumer financial services worldwide.
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