Only about half of Indian adults have access to an account of any kind. The number is even lower for the poorest 40 percent (World Bank, Global Findex 2014)….
“Open data improves the situation from a data privacy perspective” – Interview with S. Anand – Part 2
This post is a continuation from our earlier post about a conversation with S. Anand, Chief Data Scientist, Gramener. The earlier post covered the fundamentals of a good data…
“Data can tell different stories, important is, which is the one you want to tell?” – Interview with S. Anand – Part 1
The role of data in shaping public perception and informing policy decisions cannot be emphasised enough. Given the shift towards increasing digitisation and an influx of data points that…
As we saw in the previous post, seasonal migrant workers and their families face several endemic disadvantages, both at source and destination.
“Why did I migrate? Because it’s a question of my survival, my family’s survival” – Mogji Meena, Limdi Village, Aaspur Block, Dungarpur District, Rajasthan
In this blog post we interview Elisabeth Rhyne, MD, Center for Financial Inclusion, Accion, and co-author of the recently published study “A Change in Behavior: Innovations in Financial Capability”.
What do we Know about Sales Staff Behavior? A Technical Guide for Mystery Shopping in Retail Finance
The shift towards suitability frameworks for consumer protection in India is a bold and important enhancement of existing financial consumer protection efforts.
In recent years there has been rising interest among financial service providers, NGOs and policymakers in educating customers and potential customers to enable them to make informed decisions on…
Since its introduction in 2010, IMPS based mobile banking transactions have been growing month on month reaching 3.5 Million monthly transactions in May 2014.
Financial inclusion is a priority area in the minds of policy makers in India. The larger focus of this debate has been on access to credit and insurance.