Published on July 5, 2017
A regulatory impact assessment (RIA) can assist in determining the change effected by regulation/policy (henceforth combined and referred to as regulation) and isolating the right variables for achieving the regulatory objectives, financial inclusion being one of them. The Fiji RIA undertaken by BFA Global comprises the ex-post appraisal of Fiji’s first financial inclusion strategy (2009-2014) and the following related policy measures undertaken between 2009 and 2015. It is designed to serve as a pedagogical tool for future use by the RBF and other policymakers in Fiji conducting RIAs on financial sector policies.
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