CGAP Report: Fintechs and Financial Inclusion

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May 28, 2019
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The Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) is an independent think tank whose mission is to empower poor people through financial inclusion solutions. CGAP works to develop financial systems that help people rise out of poverty, sustain their gains, and advance broader global development goals.

In their new paper, “Fintechs and Financial Inclusion: Looking past the hype and exploring their potential,” CGAP references their work with 18 fintech pilots in Africa and South Asia to better understand innovations in fintech and the financial inclusion opportunities they present.

This paper offers key insights for funders seeking to better understand the potential impact of fintechs in the financial inclusion space.

Read the full CGAP report here.

Learn more about the 18 fintech pilots by reading their case studies here.

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