Mobile Money: A Driver of Financial Inclusion in Pakistan

This blog series explores the financial inclusion landscape of Pakistan and its linkages with the mobile money services industry. Based on the premise that mobile wallets have the potential to drive financial inclusion far beyond what traditional banking channels can achieve, this series highlights important 2013-2015 mobile money research from a variety of sources. It also explores specific opportunities which, if capitalized upon, could improve mobile wallet uptake in the country.

19 October 2015
Mobile wallets could have a revolutionary impact on financial inclusion in Pakistan. However, success of this channel hinges on matching the abilities of the end users with appropriately designed products.
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Services offered by MFS providers in Pakistan
05 October 2015
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There is more to financial inclusion than convenience. In Pakistan, for mobile financial services to maximize their financial inclusion benefits, providers need to offer a wider variety of services.
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22 September 2015
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Mobile money - through over the counter services and mobile wallets - is helping to drive financial inclusion in Pakistan.
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A synthetic leather worker in his shop
14 September 2015
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Financial inclusion in Pakistan has improved slowly but steadily since 2008 according to most sources. However, depending on the source of data, the topline financial inclusion figure for Pakistan varies from 7% to 23%. Why?
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