The report uses a set of indicators to measure the financial health of consumers in the developing world, which can be used as a frame of reference and a standardised conceptual structure.
Whether they are in developed or currently developing countries, individuals share a common aspiration for financial health and this is a significant, powerful framework that can be achieved throughout the world.
The indicators also enable the financial inclusion industry to measure outcomes by the meaningful improvements to people’s lives.
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- Banking Correspondant Linkages and Financial Inclusion Strategies in Latin American (Teresa Boada y Aylén Rodríguez (Máster Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)