Private Sector Leadership in Financial Inclusion
An alarming 2 billion people around the world still lack access to modern financial services. While the finance gap is most acute in the developing world, communities and businesses across the United States also lack adequate access to finance or have limited financial literacy skills.
Published by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center (CCC), Private Sector Leadership Financial Inclusion is a report that identifies several private sector and nonprofit organizations that are making important strides to address this critical finance gap worldwide.
At CCC, we believe that universal access to financial services is an essential enabler for job creation and equitable growth. This publication focuses on best practices in financial inclusion domestically and globally, and is designed to help both the private sector and other practitioners in this field learn from each other.
The report is divided into three chapters:
- Financial Literacy
- Access to Finance
- Innovative Delivery
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