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Banks in Financial Inclusion: Improving the Customer Experience

> Posted by Hannah Sherman, Project Associate, CFI

Commercial banks that are pursuing financial inclusion strategies are increasingly focused on designing a positive customer experience when targeting underbanked customers in emerging markets. 730 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Our Guide to Conquering Student Loan Debt

Are you graduating college this year? Then you may be joining the ranks of over 43.3 million Americans who have student loan debt. Graduates from the Class of 2016… 1,131 more words

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New Video: Susy Cheston Interviews Dr. William Derban on “The Business of Financial Inclusion”

> Posted by Hannah Sherman, Project Associate, CFI

Last Thursday the Institute of International Finance (IIF) and the Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion (CFI) launched… 336 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

When education complicates financial product sales

I’m going to be referring here to mortgage products, but I imagine this applies to any financial product that has a fair amount of complexity: what I’ve noticed from being in the mortgage industry is that educating customers about mortgage products can kill a potential sale. 481 more words

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Homebuying 101: A Brief History of Rates & Home Prices

Throughout the next several weeks we’ll be posting articles and info on various aspects of the home buying process. Topics will cover everything from saving for a down payment, to refinancing, to purchasing investment properties, and more. 401 more words

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Financial Vulnerability Is Hiding in Plain Sight

> Posted by Julia Arnold, Financial Inclusion Consultant

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If I ask you to picture an American who is financially vulnerable, what do you see? 1,014 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

8 lessons you've been thought that are contrary to entrepreneurship

​We have been talking about Entrepreneurship all this while. We have talked about the dos and the don’ts and everything in-between and around these two. However, there are times when things don’t move as per the rule book and that is when an Entrepreneur has to look above and beyond the obvious. 560 more words