The Financial Inclusion and Public Policy Division (FIPP) represents the interests of the banking industry regarding policy, regulation and legislation, aimed at the social and economic development of the country, which affects the business of banking. The division brings together the affordable housing, agriculture and sustainable finance departments – with the Financial Inclusion Division. Financial Inclusion is responsible for small business development, financial education and transformation, among other social and economic development initiatives supported by BASA. FIPP is responsible for coordinating and leveraging banks’ skills and resources – to strengthen their contribution to the national and business imperative of inclusive
economic growth.

The division also leads liaison with government departments and agencies, which are not directly responsible for the regulation of banks and other financial service providers.