Financial Inclusion in Latin America
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In 2012, Latin American countries saw continued and increased efforts on financial inclusion across the region by providers and policymakers, although it was not a year without challenges. In a recent blog post, Xavier Faz and Rafe Mazer of CGAP discussed three key developments in Latin America's financial inclusion space: the launch of key mobile banking initiatives, increased regulatory space for non-banks in financial services and rising levels of consumer lending and household debt levels.
On 10:30 AM EST on February 19, join CGAP's Rafe Mazer and Xavier Faz in a live web chat about Latin America's financial inclusion agenda.
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