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Landscape Review: Financial Inclusion in Emerging and Frontier Markets

07.25.2018

Financial inclusion is, today, one of the most popular investment themes among impact investors, in part because it has a long track record dating back to the emergence of the modern microfinance movement in the 1970s.

Over the past 10 years, the field has shifted away from an emphasis on microcredit and towards the broader notion of financial inclusion. We examine the role for private capital within financial inclusion, the potential for meaningful social impact from investment activity, and the available investment strategies.


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