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Transcript: Established August 8th, 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand Founding Fathers: Indonesia, Malaysia, Phillipines, Singapore, and Thailand. Vietnam Singapore Brunei Darassalam Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Membership States Republic of Indonesia Thailand Cambodia Lao People's Democratic Republic "ASEANWEB - ASEAN Member States." The Official Website of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Jan. 2012. <>. "ASEANWEB - About ASEAN." The Official Website of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Jan. 2012. <>. AllCountries, Flagsof . Flag of Cambodia. N.d., Cambodia. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. Database, WorldFlag. Flag of Brunei. N.d., Brunei. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. Database, WorldFlag. Flag of Indonesia. N.d., Republic of Indonesia. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. Maps of, World. Philippines Flag. N.d. World Flags, Philippines. Maps of World. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. Online, Nations. Flag of Lao PDR. N.d. NationsOnline, Lao. NationsOnline. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. Various, Authors. Flag of Singapore. N.d. Wikipedia, Singapore. Wikipedia. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. Website of, Myanmars. Flag of Myanmar. N.d., Myanmar. Myanmar Flag and Emblem. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. World, Flags101. Thailand Flag. N.d. World Flags101, Thailand. World Flags101. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. World, Flag of Vietnam. N.d. Vietnam Flag and Description, Vietnam. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. database, worldflag. Flag of Malaysia. N.d., Malaysian Flag. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. MLA formatting by Association of Southeast Asian Nations Works Cited

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Transcript: Investment climate still evolving Weak regulatory environment: Regulations not enabling and constraining the market particularly for reaching rural areas Limited supervisory capacity (national, regional). Need for capacity building Cash-based economy with weak culture for formal savings; low trust in formal systems Inappropriate or insufficient products and services available at limited and inflexible service points Capital constraints Capacity of private sector players, especially to sustainably serve rural areas Players yet to adapt to meet market needs Weak or absent institutions / infrastructure Unsustainable paper-based banking / payment systems Lack of supporting infrastructure (e.g. roads) Revised Roadmap Framework Setting goals, action plans, timelines, resources and commitments Implementation Development of Priority Market Segments 29 Oct 2014 Catalyze insurance POTENTIAL IMPACT Opportunities to increase access to financial services in Myanmar ASEAN Financial Inclusion Meeting Roadmap Framework Vision Statement Improving financial access in Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Increasing financial access to Micro and SME Micro and SME Time Formulation of Inter-ministerial Oversight Group -Feb 2015 Roadmap Framework Annual Reporting Process Against Targets - Jan 2016 Institution building Roadmap Framework: Proposed Initiatives Higher Impact Coordinate Implementation and Resourcing of Roadmap -Mar 2015 Mapping the Data Additional Consultations - through Feb 2015 U Ko Ko Maung Financial Regulatory Department Paul Luchtenburg UNCDF Growing currently low level of formal intermediation Roadmap: Market Prioritization Roadmap Next Steps Creating and incentivizing business models and partnerships that are best positioned to provide the services, especially in rural areas Building the Market Analytical Framework Government Approval Process “By 2020, Increase Financial Inclusion in Myanmar from 30% to 40%, More than one product from 6% to 15%, with full range of affordable, quality, effective and responsible financial services by getting all stakeholders to work together in an integrated manner” Budget Adopted priority segments fit into government policy Agriculture forms the backbone of Myanmar economy* MSME are critical for future economic development Inclusion of low income households is critical for poverty reduction * Measured as adults using at least one formal financial service. ** Source: GPFI (2011)., accessed March 2014 Defining a common vision of the desired future of Financial Inclusion Stakeholder Consultations on Roadmap Providing financial inclusion and resilience to Low Income Households Making Access Possible Research Highlights MIX - Accessing the MAP and Analytical Tools Political Context Ministry of Industry MSME initiative Asset finance Increasing the reach, quality and diversity of products to farmers General Sector Development Product design MFIs and Coops expansion Expand credit availability/ funding support Mobilize savings Extend distribution Supportive regulatory environment Strengthen & modernize banks SFI reform (incl. MADB) Credit bureau Agriculture value chain Cash – digital/ E-payments - MM Action Plan Finalization Less challenging More challenging Response to the Shifting Paradigms: Strengthening institutions best positioned to serve them Supporting the Regulator in developing an enabling policy environment MAP and Roadmap Framework Process Roadmap Framework Objectives Increase Financial Inclusion through: Large informal economy – nearly as large as Commercial bank portfolio Level and quality of access are a challenge Only 30% have access to formal financial services Only 6% have > 1 formal financial product Only 5% have a bank account in their name Utilizing and strengthening all categories of financial institutions Summary of Key Barriers to Financial Inclusion Medium Impact * 36.4% of the GDP as of 2010. Provides a livelihood to 70% of the population (World Bank, 2013) ** Other comprises of formal consumers (1.7 million) and other (pension, rental, other) Assessing the best options available to strengthen Financial Inclusion Financial Inclusion Road Map Framework Access to Financial Services in Myanmar Finalize Objectives and detailed Work Plan for each initiative Difficulty (Cost/Time) Financial Inclusion Roadmap Framework Roadmap Vision Consult Development Partners & Investors to Align Priorities with Resources and Support Mar - Aug 2015 The three priority segments highlighted in the Roadmap vision link to the MAP segments, and the Myanmar government objectives Myanmar population thinly served Capital constrained regulated retail financial sector Constrained product offerings – Products do not meet need or are lower quality = less value for customers

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