Digital financial services has, in just the past ten years, changed the landscape of financial inclusion. But has it done much for women?
Players, new and old, are beginning to recognize their critical and interconnected roles in advancing women’s financial inclusion.
Make serving the women’s market the New Year’s Resolution that drives your institution’s double bottom-line.
We feature the closing conversation of the Making Finance Work for Women Summit, which looks ahead to the future for women’s financial inclusion.
Enabling regulation and competition in Mozambique’s digital finance market bodes well for financial inclusion. Women must be a part of that revolution.
What our digital financial services peer exchange participants learned about defining the problem from behavioral design firm ideas42.
How a payments giant, tech giant, “alternative” lending disruptor and “alternative” electricity provider use FinTech to serve the low-income market.
Three takeaways from the Making Finance Work for Women Summit.
What the Alliance for Financial Inclusion’s Global Policy Forum says about progress towards women’s financial inclusion on the national level.
Essential considerations for successful youth banking propositions that increase youth’s economic opportunity and offer a valuable business case to banks.