Gender centrality of mobile financial services in Bangladesh
This consumer behavior research aims to investigate why this is so, examining the gender centrality in digital financial services (DFS) in Bangladesh. The study focused only on mobile financial services as the most prevalent form of DFS in Bangladesh.
MicroSave, with support from MFIN, conducted this study to capture the experience of cash-lite/cashless models adopted by MFIs in India. The report identifies ways to accelerate the adoption of cash-lite models.
Understanding the financial behaviour of the mass market: The key to financial inclusion
23This study is an extension of the work that MicroSave has been doing over the years on understanding how different types of people practice money management. It draws from industry literature on the subject, such as the financial diaries in Bangladesh, Kenya, Mexico, and Zambia.
Despite the fact that MSMEs contribute significantly to the economy and employment, MSMEs are undersupplied with adequate, affordable, timely and market-led financial products. MSMEs play a vital role in developing economy, says MSC’s Assistant Director, Bhavana Srivastava. In this video, she outlines the financial needs of a typical MSME such as Credit, Savings, Transactional Banking […]