UNSGSA - UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development UNSGSA - UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development


As UNSGSA, Queen Máxima shares experiences across countries and connects people and institutions through speeches and published articles in addition to her meetings with national and global leaders. Through her speeches and published work, Queen Máxima has been an active and passionate voice for financial inclusion.

Financial inclusion, integrity and stability


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 risk of money laundering and financing of terrorism. Full text
Statement at the Financial Inclusion Forum: Leaving No One Behind
Short statement from the UNSGSA for the symposium Finclusion.in.UA: “Financial Inclusion Forum — Leaving No One Behind” on 12 June 2019 in Kiev, Ukraine. The statement was read by the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ukraine, H.E. E. Hoeks. Full text
Leveraging Financial Technology to Ensure Access to Healthcare
The UN Secretary-General's Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNSGSA) delivered her opening remarks on how can financial technology can be leveraged to ensure everyone around the world can access the healthcare they need. Full text
Innovative Financial Services for the Next Generation
Cape Town, South Africa In a video message to the third annual Arise conference in Cape Town, the UNSGSA highlighted several ways to increase financial inclusion among young people, including promoting new technologies that make banking easier, designing customer-centric products, and providing robust financial education. Full text
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