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Score: 370758.89 - https://www.un.org/en/auditors/panel/reports.shtml
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How is financial inclusion measured? What are the objectives of financial inclusion? (...) What are the risks of financial inclusion?           1. What is financial inclusion? (...) What are the objectives of financial inclusion? ECLAC’s vision of financial inclusion emphasizes the productive aspect of financial inclusion both at an individual and enterprise level.
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Score: 370609.3 - https://www.cepal.org/en/inclu...ra-pymes/questions-and-answers
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The Dominating Position of a Financial Organization Article 4. The Definition of the Dominating Position of a Financial Organization 1. (...) The financial organization's share of a financial services market shall be determined proceeding from the ratio of the amount of its turnover for a specific kind of financial service to the sum total of the turnover of the financial organizations within set boundaries of the financial services market. (...) The federal bodies of executive power, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, the bodies of executive power of the subjects of the Russian Federation and local self-government bodies are hereby prohibited to: hinder, without ground, the formation of new financial organizations on the financial services market; limit, otherwise than under a federal law, access of financial organizations to the financial services market or eliminate financial organizations from it; hinder the activities of financial organizations on the financial services market; enact norms limiting financial services consumers in their choice of the financial organizations that provide the services; grant privileges to one or several financial organizations whereby they gain an advantage in relation to other financial organizations operating on the same financial services market.
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Score: 370079.57 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_20.pdf
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Background | Static Page | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations Español English Português Français Financial Inclusion SMEs Background Questions and Answers Related Content Background   The concept of financial inclusion encompasses all public and private initiatives to bring financial services to those households and SMEs traditionally excluded from the formal financial sector, and furthermore, to improve and perfect the serviceability of the financial system for the players that are already part of the formal financial circuit. (...) Financial innovation can serve as a catalyst for financial inclusion of households and businesses through greater densification of the financial system. (...) Nevertheless, the heightened importance of the financial sector and its greater depth do not guarantee either greater financial development or financial inclusion.
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Score: 369822.66 - https://www.cepal.org/en/inclu...on-financiera-pymes/background
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Key Workshop to mark the tenth anniversary of the Fifth Protocol to the GATS World Trade Organization, Geneva, March 31, 2009 __________________________________________ The postThe postThe postThe post----Uruguay Round Uruguay Round Uruguay Round Uruguay Round negotiations on financial servicesnegotiations on financial servicesnegotiations on financial servicesnegotiations on financial services Dr. (...) Key 8 PostPostPostPost----Uruguay Round financial Uruguay Round financial Uruguay Round financial Uruguay Round financial services negotiationsservices negotiationsservices negotiationsservices negotiations • U.S. and EU approaches to ‘free rider’ issue • 1995 ‘interim agreement’ on financial services commitments • Impact of the Asian financial crisis on final phase of negotiations @ 2009 Sydney J. (...) Key 14 Challenges in financial Challenges in financial Challenges in financial Challenges in financial services negotiations services negotiations services negotiations services negotiations • Regulatory barriers • Lack of negotiating ‘leverage’ within financial services sector @ 2009 Sydney J.
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Score: 369526.46 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/workshop_march09_e/key_e.pdf
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For this to happen, workers, entrepreneurs, youth, migrant workers, farmers, families with working children must be able to make informed choices about when and when not contract debt, how best to save, what to look out for in the small print insurance contract, etc… Through its activities in the area of financial education, the Social Finance Programme seeks to enhance financial capabilities of financial service (potential) users. (...) Researching the impact of financial education programmes with a view to refine the interventions (research done through the Microfinance for Decent Work: Action Research or through micro-insurance linked financial education campaigns ).  (...) 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Score: 369407.35 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/are...WCMS_751621/lang--en/index.htm
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A country can decide not to make a commitment in financial services by not adding financial services to the schedule. (...) The WTO and others argued that liberalization of financial services would not enhance the financial crisis but rather strengthen the 'weak' financial sector in crisis-stricken countries. (...) Developing countries have little financial services to export so that the market opening demands of the Western financial firms dominate the current financial services negotiations.
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Score: 369163.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/forums_e/ngo_e/posp42_somo_e.doc
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Financial inclusion encompasses the range, quality, and availability of financial services to the underserved and the financially excluded’’. (...) Financial education contributes to improved financial capability of consumers. The national consumer financial education strategy identifies four domains of financial education programmes: Financial control, financial planning, product choice and financial knowledge.
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Score: 368847.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_545803.pdf
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Score: 368837.23 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...nts-reports/lang--en/index.htm
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The external auditor shall express and sign an opinion on the financial statements of the Organization. The opinion shall include the following basic elements: the identification of the financial statements audited; a reference to the responsibility of the entity's management and the responsibility of the auditor; a reference to the audit standards followed; a description of the work performed; an expression of opinion on the financial statements as to whether: the financial statements present fairly the financial position as at the end of the period and the results of the operations for the period; the financial statements were prepared in accordance with the stated accounting policies; and the accounting policies were applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding financial period. an expression of opinion on the compliance of transactions with the Financial Regulations and legislative authority; the date of the opinion; the external auditor's name and position; and should it be necessary, a reference to the report of the external auditor on the financial statements." (...) The external auditor's opinion shall state, as appropriate, whether: the financial statements present fairly the financial position as at the end of the period and the results of the operations for the period; the financial statements were prepared in accordance with the stated accounting principles; the accounting principles were applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding financial period; transactions were in accordance with the Financial Regulations and legislative authority.] 5.    The external auditor shall express and sign an opinion on the financial statements of the Organization. The opinion shall include the following basic elements: the identification of the financial statements audited; a reference to the responsibility of the entity's management and the responsibility of the auditor; a reference to the audit standards followed; a description of the work performed; an expression of opinion on the financial statements as to whether: the financial statements present fairly the financial position as at the end of the period and the results of the operations for the period; the financial statements were prepared in accordance with the stated accounting policies; and the accounting policies were applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding financial period. an expression of opinion on the compliance of transactions with the Financial Regulations and legislative authority; the date of the opinion; the external auditor's name and position; and should it be necessary, a reference to the report of the External Auditor on the financial statements.
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Score: 368779.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...relm/gb/docs/gb271/pfa-7-1.htm
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