Financial and Monetary Systems

4 things to know about financial inclusion around the world right now

Among the barriers to financial inclusion, employment was found to be a primary reason for not having an account. Image: Unsplash/Eduardo Soares

Stephen Hall

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Financial inclusion is accelerating with more adults having a bank account than before. Image: Findex

Gender, age and income disparities have a big impact on account ownership. Image: Global Findex Database

The unbanked will need assistance to access financial services. Image: Global Findex Database

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