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The IFE offers an independent source of global economic and financial research. We provide a comprehensive assessment of the global outlook with a focus on key emerging economies and developments in international financial markets. We focus on risks and policy challenges.

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The IFE is one of the leading voices for the financial services industry on global regulatory issues. We engage continuously and constructively with global standard setters and policymakers through formal submissions and reports, as well as through regular dialogue and high-level symposia.

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The IFE and its members are committed to helping to expand financial services to the 2 billion unbanked around the world. Our work on financial inclusion fosters cooperation among members and engages policymakers to support policies that expand financial services.

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We help shape the global policy and regulatory agenda by providing industry input and feedback. We focus on issues such as international capital and liquidity, resolution and recovery policy issues, derivatives market, risk management, and accounting standards.

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