Digital Financial Inclusion Supervision 2.0

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Digital Financial Inclusion Supervision 2.0


Digital Financial Inclusion Supervision 2.0 is a paced four-module online course for financial policymaking, regulatory and supervisory authorities and is offered twice a year.

*Students who have applied and met the prerequisites are eligible to enroll in this course.

Course Details

Start Date

Start Date

Jul 8, 2022
Start Date

Application Deadline

Jul 3, 2022
Start Date


4 Weeks
Start Date


Online, In Our Digital Classroom
Digital Financial Inclusion Supervision 2.0

Course Information

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This course aims to equip regulators and supervisors with the skills to answer these questions:

  • How can supervisors differentiate new or increased risks associated with emerging issues from DFS business models products and technologies?
  • How can supervisors examine the main features of new DFS business models, products and technologies and their relevance for financial inclusion?
  • How can supervisors compare advanced methodologies and tools that enable DFS supervision that is aligned with financial stability and inclusion?
  • How can supervisors compare different approaches to emerging regulatory issues for inclusive digital finance?
  • How can supervisors incorporate relevant emerging approaches to policymaking, regulation and supervision of inclusive digital finance?
  • How can the gender and financial inclusion lens be considered for DFS supervision?

Curriculum Outline

Module 1:
New DFS business models & technologies

Digital banking, modularization of finance, BaaS
Crowdfunding and Peer to Peer lending (P2P)
Digital credit Cloud computing

Module 2:
New DFS products and data-driven supervisory responses

Central bank digital currencies (CBDC)
Regulating and supervising new DFS business models, technologies and products
Technology and data-driven supervision
What is your advanced supervisory action plan?

Module 3: Emerging consumer protection issues and how to measure them

Outcomes-based consumer protection
Deposit insurance approaches to DFS
Collaborative customer due diligence
Data disaggregation and segmentation of vulnerable groups
Behavioural research and Market monitoring
Evidence-based policymaking, regulation and supervision

Module 4:
Emerging regulatory issues in open data and inclusive DFS

Competition issues for inclusive digital finance
Data privacy and protection approaches, cybersecurity
Open banking, open finance, APIs
Innovation facilitators to support financial inclusion