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Lifestyles and values banking

Financial inclusion has long been synonymized with the 1.7 billion unbanked across the world. This initiative highlighted the needs of significant communities beyond the unbanked, who  seek financial products that

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How has payments technology supported financial inclusion during the pandemic?

This month’s podcast, moderated by Project Inclusion Lead Josh Berle, explores how digital and financial exclusion remain entrenched in today’s society and have been how they have only been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically the cutting out of cash, and a lack of access to technology. The panel then moves on to what the FinTech industry is doing to tackle these issues, before touching on what financially inclusive payments could look like over the next 5 years.

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COVID-19, Fintech and Financial Inclusion – Survey Summary Report

Last month, the Inclusion Foundation in partnership with the Payments Association conducted a survey with the aim to better understand the role of FinTech in tackling financial exclusion and in doing so provide insights and guidance for policymakers and firms, on the role of FinTech in participating/championing and coordinating efforts to tackle financial exclusion.

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