Innovations in ICT and the emergence of new fintech players are accelerating financial inclusion much more rapidly than at any other time in history.
Blockchain is transforming financial transactions – with far-reaching implications for the unbanked.
Blockchain can be robust, secure, and trusted – as long as the technology is executed properly.
Digital financial service providers and regulators must work together to secure an open, digital financial ecosystem.
Participants at the Global Infrastructure Forum 2018 agreed that scaling up infrastructure investment requires nuance, innovation, and cooperation.
As companies increasingly turn to insurance against cyber attacks, insurance firms are figuring out how to quantify such risk.
Adopting international standards can help include cyber risk in fintech regulatory sandboxes.
Worldwide, there are 1.7 billion people who are outside of the formal banking and financial system. They struggle with high fees and risky systems to undertake even simple financial transactions. Digital innovations offer new ways to bring them out of financial darkness.
In the Philippines, cloud-based technology is being used to address the financial exclusion that helps fuel poverty and inequality.
Blockchain technology offers great promise and great risk. We need to better understand how it works and how to use it safely and effectively.