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01 March 2018
A bakery owner uses Aadhaar Pay.
From KYC utilities to blockchain apps and new ways to collaborate on customer due diligence, recent developments are chipping away at a major barrier to financial inclusion: the high cost of meeting anti-money laundering and terrorism financing requirements.
06 September 2016
Man on a motorbike talks on a mobile phone, India
A 2016 GPFI white paper highlighted privacy and data security risks in digital financial services, asking international financial Standard-Setting Bodies (SSBs) to pay attention. Why are they concerned, and what steps can SSBs take to improve data security?
09 June 2016
Hands exchanging cash
Since 2011, financial Standard-Setting Bodies (SSBs) have taken fundamental steps on financial inclusion. However, a new GPFI White Paper observes that little progress has been made on understanding financial exclusion risks. What are these risks, and what can be done to address them?
18 March 2016
Global standard-setting bodies (SSBs) are increasingly recognizing the significant implications of developments in digital financial services. A new white paper from The Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI) offers a roadmap through some of the most critical issues.
12 August 2015
This blog looks at the current state of financial inclusion in Turkey, which holds the G20 presidency and has declared financial inclusion one of its priorities.
04 November 2014
A bKash agent completes a transaction.
Policy makers, regulators, and supervisors in countries where digital financial inclusion is expanding exponentially see the financial inclusion promise clearly. Yet, they are grappling with the fast-changing risk picture.
19 April 2013
Two women hang palms out to dry.
Following the endorsement of the G20 Basic Set of Financial Inclusion Indicators, the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion's Data and Measurement Sub-Group, in collaboration with partners, has developed an online data portal.
08 June 2012
We should not miss the opportunity for continued investment in data infrastructure. The capability to analyze and interpret data will also be key to advance financial inclusion.
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