The March Towards Digital Money: Bringing The Underbanked In From The Cold
This blog post was originally published in Next Billion
As Development Aid Evolves, Digitizing Tax Payments Can Have Dramatic Benefits for Emerging Economies
This blog post was originally published in the Huffington Post
For the first time, new evidence from 25 countries shows how governments and companies can move away from cash, as McKinsey Global Institute reveals a potential $3.7 trillion GDP boost
New United Nations Study: Digital payments could boost tax revenue by nearly US$500 million each year and drive economic modernization in Tanzania
Findings illustrate how the private and public sector could work together to modernize economies, improve transparency and support financial inclusion and growth
This case study explores the factors both supporting and impeding the widespread adoption of Person-to-Government (P2G) and Business-to-Government (B2G) payments in Tanzania, focusing on the period from 2012 to 2016.
Financial Inclusion Insights: Mobile Money Momentum in Four African Countries
By BTCA Communications Team
The President of Tanzania, H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, as well as Ministers and other high level figures from Peru, Belgium, Bangladesh, Colombia, the Philippines, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and South Africa, delivered powerful speeches on how digital payments and greater financial inclusion are accelerating progress towards key Sustainable Development Goals.
As we approach International Women’s Day on March 8th, Women’s World Banking reflects on a learning exchange with three African banks committed to serving low-income women.
Unlocking the Potential