Millennials continue to be the focus of a lot of scrutiny when it comes to the intersection of culture and technology.
Jay and Luvleen Sidhu are a father and daughter who have spent their careers running banks. So they know better than anyone
Freelancing has changed dramatically over the past ten years. The days of invoicing by mail or email and waiting for a check to arrive are long gone, at least for most of my clients. I rely heavily on the convenience of electronic invoicing and banking.
There's really no way to make moving money faster.
To be included in the global financial system, women need digital identities, MasterCard executive says.
By empowering women and by granting micro-finance loans to open up their business, they can become and play an active role in society, both in their households decision-making and at societal and community level.
Building on their legacy of leading-edge ideas, Grameen Foundation has evolved from funding microfinance to designing disruptive solutions to the kind of poverty that's most challenging to reach, in remote rural areas, and to the poorest of the poor.
More People In The Developing World Are Getting Bank Accounts, But There's An Asterisk On That Progress
What explains the progress? Mobile technology is the most obvious factor. Particularly in the rural areas of sub-Saharan
To ensure ongoing economic growth in Asia and for the poorest to have a chance to benefit from the region's growing prosperity, we must prioritize bringing financial services readily and cheaply to the "unbanked".
Across the Global North, online banking solidifies its dominance and apps like Venmo simplify mobile payments. In the Global South, people with little money to their name struggle to open bank accounts, get loans, and make payments.