Category Archives: Financial inclusion

India – An intrepid Approach for Financial Inclusion

Aadhaar is the ​federal government’s ​biometric identification system in India, which currently has 820 million residents registered – a phenomenal base – somewhere around 2/3 of the population. By all reports, the basic technologies, both the biometrics and the database, … Continue reading

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India shakes up financial sector by issuing new payments bank licences

India shakes up financial sector with payments bank licences – FT.com. Way to go, India!

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Kosta Peric’s views on payments and financial inclusion

Kosta Peric’s Mission to Reach the Unreachable | Ripple. From his new position at the Level One project.

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Level One Project

Videos | Level One Project. Check out this new project on Financial Inclusion.

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Financial inclusion also an issue in Canada

Accessible banking services are key to reducing poverty – The Globe and Mail. Contrary to common belief, financial inclusion policies are also needed in industrialize countries. Here some arguments.

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Ecuador government to roll out its own e-money scheme

Ecuador becomes the first country to roll out its own digital durrency.

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CGAP conference: Innovation in digital finance in developing countries

Digital Finance: Innovation at the Core of Big DevelopmentChallenges | World Bank Live. Excellent reviews on innovative products and business models brewing in the developing world. See video.

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