Many banks have opted out of targeting and serving underbanked consumers in developing countries, concluding that it is either too complex, costly or not profitable. In order to tackle these assumptions and to help banks better understand the nuances of what is required to capitalise on financial inclusion, CARE and Accenture joined forces to study the current financial inclusion capabilities and strategies of leading banks in developing countries. The outcome of this important research offers a set of key insights on how banks can profitably and responsibly meet the financial needs of unbanked and underbanked consumers.

Latest Publications

Improving maternal and child health in Asia through innovative partnerships and approaches

  • Countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Nepal
  • Co-authors: ODI
  • Published: September 2015

Five years into exile

  • Countries: Jordan, Syrian Arab Republic
  • Published: July 2015