Financial Inclusion is a Human Right. Policy Must Reflect That

Financial Inclusion is a Human Right. Policy Must Reflect That

Traditional banks—many of which are around a century old and inevitably have outdated systems, cultures and product offerings—are failing millions of individuals in the world’s richest countries, and billions in the world’s poorest places. Globally there are 1.7 billion adults who do not have a bank account. One in four U.S. households are either unbanked