NATFIN strives towards achieving the goal of global financial inclusion through financial literacy, financial planning, and financial safeguards. Its aim is to develop an inclusive framework for sustainable development, to encourage mutually beneficial and self-sustainable financial ecosystem for coherent distribution of surplus resources and recession free economy. It’s working towards development and dissemination of risk mitigation tools, in consonance with evolving financial order.


  • To create an ecosystem for the promotion of financial inclusion through free flow of financial knowledge, information, resources and sharing
  • To facilitate the availability of financial services to all
  • To encourage, facilitate, and promote access of global institutional credit to all sections of society, different segments of the economy, especially the distressed sections. These will include, but will not be limited to, small farmers, micro-entrepreneurs, street vendors, craftsmen, artisans, etc.
  • To ensure that the intended beneficiaries interact and cooperate
  • To interact and network with global think tanks for sharing, evaluating, and exchanging views and learning from their experience
  • To sensitize different stakeholders in the business and financial spheres about the imperative of financial inclusion
  • To encourage digital and cashless financial transactions and compliance with the global financial regulatory framework
  • Since investor education is an integral part of financial inclusion, we will strive to improve financial literacy. The focus will be on small investors


  • Organizing brainstorming sessions with economic think tanks, government bodies, and policy labs to suggest, formulate, and aid in developing comprehensive, inclusive and adoptive regulatory framework for holistic financial inclusion frameworks
  • Striving to create a mechanism for interaction, deliberation, and contribution among domestic and international think tanks for sharing, evaluating, and exchanging their views and experiences
  • Setting up a task force, with several working groups, to suggest and formulate a roadmap to achieve financial inclusion, keeping in mind the global flow of finance in consonance with WTO regulations
  • Developing and advising on AI-based financial planning models common people for retirement, higher education, marriage, house purchase, etc.
  • Leveraging the power of media and social media to achieve the goal of financial inclusion
  • Organizing workshops, seminars, symposia, etc., to promote financial inclusion
  • Organizing special short-term courses for business correspondents, self-help groups, members of co-operatives, mutual fund distributors, insurance agents, capital market enthusiasts, dealers, traders, etc.
  • Supplementing government efforts for financial literacy in accordance with government objectives
  • Conducting research papers, surveys, policy briefs, etc., on financial literacy
  • Devising innovative ways so that information & communications technology or ICT could be better used to promote financial inclusion
  • Bringing out periodicals, brochures, handouts, etc., in English, Hindi, and other languages
  • Producing jingles, short films, documentaries, etc.
  • Sensitizing government publicity units like DAVP for promotion of financial literacy
  • Encouraging and involving corporate houses to promote financial literacy, training, and planning
  • Organizing CSR funds for financial inclusion and financial literacy projects
  • Any other activity in consonance with the Mission