Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI)
The Central Bank of Solomon Islands has been a principal member of the  Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) since 2009 and has been actively participating in working groups and regional initiatives on topics such as financial inclusion data, SME financing, insurance and consumer protection.

AFI is an international organization works in close collaboration with its members to develop regulations and policy solutions that improves the well-being of individuals through financial inclusion.

Pacific Islands Regional Initiative (PIRI)
The Central Bank of Solomon Islands is also a member of Pacific Islands Regional Initiative (PIRI) This working group consists of Central Banks from Pacific Island Countries.

Members of PIRI share a common vision, while working toward ensuring financial services are widely accessed throughout a region with one of the highest unbanked rates globally due to factors that include geographically dispersed islands with low density populations, and challenges related to physical and banking infrastructure.

United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)

The Central Bank of Solomon Islands is also in partnership with the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) specifically it’s Pacific regional office. 

The Bank has been a key partner and beneficiary of UNCDF programmes in the Solomon Islands and is the UNCDF’s nodal agency for the Solomon Islands. Currently the Central Bank of Solomon Islands has a partnership agreement with UNCDF with its Pacific Digital Economies Programme (PDEP) which is a Pacific-wide program to assist countries to transition into digital economies.