- Carol Realini's blog moved to a new updated website at CarolRealini.com.
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- Fintech incubators and their participants are benefiting from investments and sector interest in disruptors themerkle.com/fintech-incuba… 15 hours ago
- Between 2011 & 2014, adults without access to formal financial services reduced by 20% from 2.5B to 2.0B einnews.com/pr_news/356247… 15 hours ago
- Only one-third of Nigerian women own a bank account blogs.cfr.org/women-around-t… 16 hours ago
Author Archives: Carol Realini
The Carol Realini blog moved to a new updated website at CarolRealini.com. Follow my journey and updates about my forthcoming book on financial inclusion.
The “unbanked and underbanked” are terms that are being batted about in the boardrooms of financial institutions around the world. Gradually, executives have woken up to the fact that there are billions of potential customers who are not using their services. In America alone, there … Continue reading
Not long ago, the Center for Financial Services Innovation organized a group of people from the financial industry and took them on a field trip of sorts. The objective was to determine just how expensive and difficult it can be to be … Continue reading
Most people don’t think about design principles when they’re wrapping their heads around the problem of financial inclusion. This is why I was so intrigued by a recent article written by Anke Schwittay and Paul Braund. Together, they analyzed the principles of … Continue reading
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has recently created a focus group whose purpose is to develop different methods of affordable financial services, in hopes of making financial inclusion a reality for the nearly 2.5 billion adults around the world who don’t currently have … Continue reading
For many Americans, the dream of owning a business is in our blood. It’s part of who we are and it’s what motivates us in the morning. I can say from experience that being an entrepreneur is one of the … Continue reading
Many people assume that financial inclusion is a reality for everyone in the United States, and that access to financial services isn’t an issue for most people. As pointed out in the recently released movie Spent, the truth is quite different from that … Continue reading