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The Global Findex Database 2017: Measuring Financial Inclusion and the Fintech Revolution

Access to financial services is vital to global development, making it easier to invest in health, education, and business. Accounts with a bank or mobile money service help families manage economic emergencies that can push them into poverty. According to the 2017 Global Findex database, financial inclusion is on the rise globally, but progress is uneven and 1.7 billion adults remain unbanked. Th...view more

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LUKANGA

- Jun 11, 2019
educative

Arifin

- Mar 28, 2019
Good

Vedat Bobby

- Mar 26, 2019
The Global Findex Database 2017: Measuring Financial Inclusion and the Fintech Revolution

Jafar

- Mar 18, 2019
Sangat Informatif

Dr. Illakkuvan

- Jan 7, 2019
Access to financial services is vital to global development, making it easier to invest in health, education, and business.

GRACE

- Sep 28, 2018
Mobile money agents penetrate deeper in the rural areas than formal financial banking channels. In Africa many mobile services providers operate through agents, which is easy to set up and integrate to the mobile money networks, thereby providing much needed jobs. Go to many African cities and the roadside mobile services vendors are numerous. For the women, it means that one can walk a few minutes from the house (likely the neighbourhood grocery store) and transact using mobile money services. The banks in Africa are in a losing race to the rural areas with the mobile money operators.

DRYOGENDRANATH

- Sep 3, 2018
Great.

Mariam

- Aug 22, 2018
good info, thank you.

EBRAHIM

- Jun 12, 2018
Great

Ki

- Jun 5, 2018
Technology will advance and accelerate financial inclusion!
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