Mobile Banking Documents

25.11.2016 | FSD Africa | FSD Africa

This particular case study looks at the role FSD Kenya has played in the design and uptake of M-Shwari, a combined savings and loans product launched through a collaboration between the Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) and Safaricom. It considers the...

01.11.2016 | S. Farooq, N. Naghavi, C. Scharwatt | GSMA

In just a few years, mobile money has emerged from a purely domestic service to enabling transfers between more than 20 countries globally. The GSMA commissioned an independent data collection exercise to assess the impact of mobile money on...

06.10.2016 | J.C. Izaguirre, T. Lyman, C. McGuire et al. | CGAP

The rapid scaling of digital stored-value products coincides with a sustained interest (initially triggered by the 2008 global financial crisis) in establishing or strengthening deposit insurance systems, and with emerging frameworks that extend...

30.09.2016 | L. Denyes, S. Lonie | IFC, The MasterCard Foundation

This handbook is designed for any type of financial institution offering or planning to offer digital financial services, such as mobile money and agent banking, and outlines how best to hand risk management for digital financial services.

30.09.2016 | T. Vasudevan, E. Lahaye, C. Riquet et al. | CGAP

In 2015, BCEAO published guidelines for e-money that replace the 2006 framework and that will influence how DFS markets develop in WAEMU going forward. CGAP undertook the task of updating its understanding of the market for DFS in WAEMU and share...

30.09.2016 | L. Gilman | GSMA

This publication highlights the impact of mobile money interoperability in Tanzania, focusing on early data and market perspectives on account-to-account interoperability. It leverages both qualitative and quantitative analysis by including industry...

08.09.2016 | MFW4A | MFW4A

his report covers the first year of MFW4A’s 2015-2017 strategy and its portfolio of initiatives. The strategy was shaped by extensive consultations with our governance bodies and other stakeholders, and builds on our successes while integrating...

08.09.2016 | GPFI | GPFI

Digital technologies offer affordable ways for the financially excluded—the majority of whom are women—to save for school, make a payment, get a small business loan, send a remittance, or buy insurance. The 2010 G20 Principles for Innovative...

31.08.2016 | J.D. Villasenor, D.M. West, R.J. Lewis | Brookings Institution

The Brookings Financial and Digital Inclusion Project (FDIP), launched in summer 2014, examines access to and usage of secure, affordable formal financial services among underserved populations. The objective of FDIP is to provide policymakers, the...

31.08.2016 | AFI Digital Financial Services (DFS) Working Group | AFI

This guideline note was developed by the AFI Digital Financial Services (DFS) working group to provide universal definitions of key digital financial services terms.

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