Digital Credit in Kenya

23 Aug 2018
  • Anup Singh

Digital Credit is growing rapidly and is democratizing credit with instant, automated, and remote processes, meeting short-term liquidity needs of low- and middle-income populations. Digital credit, at the onset, has demonstrated financial outreach – offered even to credit invisible customers, who do not have an account ownership or a credit history. This presentation focuses on the digital credit landscape in Kenya.


Achieving Development and Acceptance of an Open and Inclusive Digital Payments Infrastructure – Guidance Note for the G20/GPFI Markets and Payment Systems Subgroup

20 Aug 2018
  • Carol Benson
  • Roelof Goosen
  • Camilo Tellez

A report by the Better Than Cash Alliance for the G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion This guidance note serves as input for the GPFI Policy Guide developed under Argentine Presidency 2018 with the overarching topic of digitization and informality. Developed for financial inclusion policymakers and payment service regulators, it proposes policy options and practical actions that can help moving toward developing open and inclusive digital payment infrastructures, while also […]