Newly arrived South Sudanese refugees at the Bidi Bidi camp have few resources, but mobile money and agent banking are among several potential vehicles for financial inclusion.
Together, we can ensure the products and services using the Facebook-backed platform create trust and value.
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Alex Counts' combination “memoir, historical reference, and instruction manual” for social impact work offers actionable wisdom and a “front row seat” to financial inclusion’s formative years.
He was passionate about his work, committed to the goal of building a strong Africa, and he had a most positive outlook on life.
It’s hard to fathom just how big the impact of data breaches is. This infographic helps.
New CFI report illustrates novel approaches to an increasingly digital customer journey.
Fintechs serving U.S. markets should seek opportunities to engage with key stakeholders in Washington. Here's why.
Consumer protection practices are needed to stave off cases of abuse and defaults in digital credit, but there’s another way to help: spreading more valuable diverse digital financial services (DFS) more quickly.
Financial institutions can build profitable relationships with social payment recipients by providing services that are better tailored to their needs, such as longer-term savings and emergency loans.
Are fintechs going to take over the microfinance market? Can traditional microfinance lenders survive? Elisabeth Rhyne answers burning questions about the future of microfinance.
Mary Griffin sat with CFI to discuss “Treating Customers Fairly” (TCF) – a customer-centric approach to consumer protection regulation that’s gaining traction.
Inclusive innovation means including more fintechs from more places. Here's how it can become a reality.
Currency is one issue that will inform prototyping of a financial health digital tool for Serbia and other countries in Eastern Europe.
Citizens are circulating a petition because of a national financial inclusion policy requiring all businesses to accept electronic payments and switch to electronic payrolls.
Expanding financial capability benefits financial service providers and customers.
The #YouDeserveToKnow campaign informs listeners in a market with limited digital penetration.
Technology can be effectively leveraged for consumer protection regulation, but we need to understand how to support regulators' efforts.
The World Bank’s leadership is changing as its Spring Meetings are underway this week. How will this affect its commitment to financial inclusion?