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AGL's commitment to develop a Financial Inclusion Action Plan

Eleanor McCracken-Hewson
05 September 2017

AGL recently joined the Financial Inclusion Action Plan (FIAP) program by committing to develop a FIAP over the next 6 months.

The FIAP program is supported by the federal government, with program management by Good Shepherd Microfinance. EY and the Centre for Social Impact are also program partners.

The purpose of individual Financial Inclusion Action Plans is: To contribute to inclusive growth through meaningful actions across customers, staff, suppliers and the community that reduce inequalities & increase financial inclusion and financial resilience.

Developing the program will involve mapping the current ways that we are supporting financial inclusion and resilience among those four key stakeholder groups and then exploring opportunities to better respond or create a response.

AGL's Statement of Commitment to develop the plan is available here.