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    The Financial Inclusion Forum started life as the Microfinance Club UK in 2005 as part of the United Kingdom’s involvement in the ‘UN Year of Microcredit’. As a welcoming, open access forum we provide the platform for awareness, debate and networking about developments and best practice in microfinance and financial inclusion.

    We seek to inspire our members to learn, exchange, network and act. Our live events, mainly in London, feature influential voices in the sector. We extend the outreach for our events by social media for reports, discussion and networking internationally.

    Our new name from 2015, Financial Inclusion Forum UK, reflects the broader scope of our members’ interests in extending the remit of financial inclusion beyond, while still encompassing microfinance. The Financial Inclusion Forum intends to be the key UK voice in spreading and debating the best practice world-wide in financial inclusion.



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