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UNSGSA Opening Remarks at the 26th Egmont Group Plenary

Financial inclusion and integrity are complementary. The use of payments, savings, credit and insurance from the formal sector not only results in more reliable and cheaper services for people—it also makes their transactions more traceable, reducing the …
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A Shared Understanding: Finding the Right Balance between Financial Inclusion and Global Financial Standards in a Time of Change

Mr. Caruana, Governor Ingves, ladies and gentlemen, I am delighted to be here today and for the opportunity to address you at this important meeting. A special thank you to Mr. Caruana, Governor Ingves and the BIS [Bank for International Settlements] f…
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Speech to the Council of Europe's MONEYVAL anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing body

Financial inclusion, the promotion of financial integrity, and the prevention of criminal cash flows can be mutually reinforcing if the right balance can be struck between security measures and access to formal financial services. Speaking to the Council …
Speech to the Council of Europe's MONEYVAL anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing body Mr. Chairman, Mr. Secretary-General, ladies and gentlemen,   I am delig… https://www.unsgsa.org/resources/speeches/speech-moneyval-meeting/