Dan Radcliffe, deputy director, Financial Services for the Poor (FSP), is based in Seattle where he manages FSP’s Regulation, Policy, & Research portfolios. Since joining the foundation in 2007, Dan has supported the design and launch of several signature FSP initiatives, including the Alliance for Financial Inclusion, the GSMA Mobile Money for the Unbanked initiative, the World Bank Global Financial Inclusion Index, the India Centre for Digital Financial Inclusion, and Karandaaz Pakistan. During a 2.5-year stint in New Delhi, Dan also worked closely with the Reserve Bank of India Financial Inclusion Committee to inform its deliberations around how to regulate non-bank payment providers.
Before joining the foundation, Dan worked on financial inclusion with the Centre for Micro Finance in India and the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor in Washington D.C. Prior to his work in financial inclusion, he worked with Lehman Brothers as a Venture Capital Analyst in the Silicon Valley.
Dan is a graduate from the Harvard Kennedy School’s Master in Public Administration in International Development program.
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