According to FMO's website:
The Social Performance Task Force (SPTF) and Cerise is a non-profit membership organisation with more than 4,800 members from all over the world.
Through this project FMO would support SPTF/Cerise to identify and incorporate new client protection risks coming from digitisation of financial services, as part of the ongoing work with the Responsible Digital Financial Services Standards Working Group; update client protection-related tools and quality control; train experts on latest client protection best practices; and maintain IT Maintenance & improve communications with industry players.
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