Many of our customers are small storeowners in Peru, who in 2012 were some of the 6 million Peruvians without any access to banking services. They depended on cash flow and risked not having enough cash or stock to weather the economic times, let alone grow.
If doing the right things were as simple as just knowing the right things to do, then everyone would exercise, eat healthy foods, and save money for a rainy day and retirement. But the reality is that human beings are not purely rational actors.
At the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation we believe that financial inclusion is an important prerequisite for economic and social progress. It is indeed alarming that 2 billion people in the world still do not have access to formal financial services.
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