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Financial Inclusion Backlash in Uruguay

Citizens are circulating a petition because of a national financial inclusion policy requiring all businesses to accept electronic payments and switch to electronic payrolls.

By Elisabeth Rhyne
Apr 24, 2019

Four Reasons Focusing on Financial Capability Is Good Business

Expanding financial capability benefits financial service providers and customers.

By Pablo Anton-Diaz & Yanina Seltzer
Apr 23, 2019

Radio to the Rescue in Ghana: Building Awareness of Consumer Rights

The #YouDeserveToKnow campaign informs listeners in a market with limited digital penetration.

By Ezra Mannix
Apr 22, 2019

How to Train Your Regulator to Code: The Next Step Toward Responsible Digital Finance

Technology can be effectively leveraged for consumer protection regulation, but we need to understand how to support regulators' efforts.

By Jessica Galimberti
Apr 17, 2019

The Outlook for Universal Financial Access in 2020

The World Bank’s leadership is changing as its Spring Meetings are underway this week. How will this affect its commitment to financial inclusion?

By Elisabeth Rhyne
Apr 10, 2019

Advancing Digital Financial Inclusion in ASEAN

Effective and use of digital financial services requires a comprehensive approach, according to a recent World Bank study.

By Veronica Trujillo & Ana Maria Aviles
Apr 09, 2019

Is Human Talent the Limiting Factor? Financial Inclusion, New Data and AI

The shortage of qualified data scientists has a ripple effect on financial inclusion beyond staffing requirements.

By Keyur Patel & Marshall Lincoln
Apr 03, 2019

Financial Inclusion Employees Still Figuring Financial Inclusion Out

Key terminology still flummoxes Washington, D.C., and Boston area experts.

Apr 01, 2019

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