Financial and Monetary Systems

To build financial resilience, we need to promote savings

For advocates of financial wellbeing, understanding these Global Findex 2021 findings can help guide product development and policies to build financial resilience. Image: REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri

Leora Klapper

Lead Economist, World Bank

Paul Gubbins

Consultant, World Bank

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South Asia has the least financial resilience in the world. Image: Global Findex Database 2021

Savings are especially important for women and poorer people as a means to financial resilience Image: Global Findex Database 2021

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