Digital Payments an optimal entry point to deepen financial inclusion, says MasterCard study

Resource published October 31, 2014

MasterCard study

A MasterCard Advisors study found three key principles that can help inform the strategies to drive financial inclusion. First, financial inclusion develops in steps, with payments as an optimal entry point. Second, access does not guarantee the usage of products. Third, public-private partnerships, including banks and non-banks, can positively change the pace of financial inclusion in a country.

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