Towards redefining financial inclusion

By Christine Duhaime | December 7th, 2015

Financial inclusion continues to be an important part of the dialogue on anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing law, because the latter results in a greater number of people being de-risked out of financial services or denied banking services altogether. In this piece in American Banker, we explore the issues that arise with the way in which we define financial inclusion and suggests a redefinition that is more inclusive.

“Let’s Put the Inclusive Back in Financial Inclusion.” –> American Banker.

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