The four articles in this collection tackle the barriers to full financial inclusion, addressing correspondent banking, mobile services for the poor, and middle-management challenges.
The four articles in this compendium share some of the lessons we have learned in our related work with organizations around the world:
From millions to billions: Achieving full financial inclusion
The goal of financial inclusion appears to be within reach. But achieving it depends on scaling up innovation from across the private, public, and social sectors.
Banking where you shop: Correspondent banking’s contribution to financial inclusion
Correspondent strategies enable organizations to deliver financial services to unbanked populations through low-cost physical outlets—without building new branches.
Banking on mobile to deliver financial services to the poor
Widespread use of mobile phones in emerging markets has created the conditions for large-scale expansion of mobile financial services, which will enable organizations to dramatically increase financial inclusion.
Addressing the middle-management challenge: A conversation with four leaders in financial inclusion
Four leaders of cutting-edge institutions discuss what it takes to develop and maintain strong middle managers to support the delivery of financial services to the unbanked.