​​Financial inclusion and education are essential to ensure sustainable economic development across the world. Join The Banker for a rare interview with one of the most influential voices calling for better, more inclusive financial products, and for a greater focus on the concept of financial health and its link to economic resiliency.

As UN Secretary-General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development, H.M. Queen Máxima of the Netherlands has been promoting collaboration across industries to improve access to finance for over a decade. Queen Máxima talks to Silvia Pavoni about the need for better data and definitions around financial health, and the role that the financial industry as well as policy-makers can play. 

In discussion:

  • Sustainable development and financial inclusion
  • Technology and cooperation
  • Financial education

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