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Exploring the relationship between platforms, participants and financial services.
Full webinar - Fundamentals of Financial and Economic Inclusion.
We recently rolled out a pilot study in Nigeria, to explore the digital financial services landscape and how it serves the people. Learn more about our findings here.
Read more about our work with the Nigerian Inter-bank Settlement System (NIBSS) and the key findings from our transactional data analysis.
We investigate the prospect of new financial inclusion indicators for policymakers, through transactional data analysis.
Watch how providers meet the #FinNeeds of individuals through alternative data
Using the example of three specific financial inclusion initiatives, we examine what drives usage.
See what the i2i needs measurement framework reveals about consumer behaviour in Zimbabwe.
Watch how GIS data can resolve challenges related to agent placement and credit risk assessment.
Many people don’t actively use formal financial services. Understanding why can render important policy insights. This note unpacks the various drivers of usage.
DataHack4FI Season 1 in-country winner for Ghana
How a spatial understanding of financial inclusion can contribute to meaningful measurement and impact
A report by the World Economic Forum (WEF) explores the rise of technology-enabled innovation and ways to measure FI, with an input from i2i.
If trust is critical for driving usage of financial products and services, how is trust built?
A glimpse of the future of financial inclusion measurement where needs and usage are considered
Exploring the factors that drive usage to better understand how the gap can be bridged.