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Toward Universal Access: Addressing the Global Challenge of Financial Inclusion

Toward Universal Access: Addressing the Global Challenge of Financial Inclusion

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Toward Universal Access, prepared by the IFC's Access to Finance Advisory team, highlights key trends, challenges, and opportunities for accelerating progress in financial inclusion. It also proposes major high-level policy recommendations for consideration by the Group of 20 (G-20) policy makers to benefit a wider range of developing countries, including non-G-20 member countries. It takes a closer look at microfinance industry to analyze successes, innovations and lessons learned, which are critical for broader discussion on financial inclusion.
Toward Universal Access, prepared by the IFC's Access to Finance Advisory team, highlights key trends, challenges, and opportunities for accelerating progress in financial inclusion. It also proposes major high-level policy recommendations for consideration by the Group of 20 (G-20) policy makers to benefit a wider range of developing countries, including non-G-20 member countries. It takes a closer look at microfinance industry to analyze successes, innovations and lessons learned, which are critical for broader discussion on financial inclusion.

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T
oward
 U
niversal
 a
ccess
 Addressing the Global Challengeof Financial Inclusion
IFC ADVISORY SERVICES|ACCESS TO FINANCE
 
IFC ADVISORY SERVICES|ACCESS TO FINANCE
TowardUniversalAccess
 Addressing the Global Challengeof Financial Inclusion
Peer Stein, Bikki Randhawa, Nina Bilandzic
 
© 2011 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION2121 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.Washington DC 20433 U.S.A.Telephone: 202-473-1000Internet: www.ifc.orgAll rights reservedThis content of this booklet is derived from chapter 10 of 
Postcrisis Growth and Development: A Development Agenda for the G-20,
a product of the staff of theInternational Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank. Thepublication is comprised of papers presented at the Korea-World Bank HighLevel Conference on Post-Crisis Growth and Development co-hosted by thePresidential Committee for the G-20 Seoul Summit and the World Bank, with thesupport of the Korea Institute for the International Economic Policy (KIEP). The
ndings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this booklet do not neces
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sarily reect the views of the Executive Directors of the International Finance
Corporation (IFC) or of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Develop-ment or the government they represent. IFC and the World Bank do not guaran-tee the accuracy of the data included in this work.The maps in this book were produced by the Map Design Unit of The WorldBank. The boundaries, colors, denominations, and any other information shownon these maps do not imply, on the part of The World Bank Group, any judgmenton the legal status of any territory, or any endorsement or acceptance of suchboundaries. Aichin Lim-Jones designed the front cover and coordinated the print-ing and production with Automated Graphics Systems, Inc.
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