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Published on May 24, 2012

Tracking Progress Toward Financial Access:
What the latest data from Kenya can tell us about the future of global financial inclusion

Kenya's financial market has caught the world's attention. The rise of mobile money in Kenya has become the interest of financial inclusion experts, the excitement of mobile network operators, and an opportunity for financial institutions to rethink their products and services. However, the data behind this transformation and the impact on financial inclusion efforts are often much less examined and understood.

Join us as we showcase the latest financial inclusion data from Kenya — collected, wrangled, and visualized — and examine what they tell us about the future of global financial inclusion efforts.

The Role of Data in Understanding a Financial Inclusion Archetype

Welcome and Introduction
Jamie Zimmerman @GlobalAssetsNAF
Director, Global Assets Project
New America Foundation

Context of Kenya Financial Inclusion Landscape
Billy Jack
Associate Professor, Department of Economics
Georgetown University

Project Showcase




Showcase 1: Global Findex
Leora Klapper @WorldBank
Lead Economist, Development Research Group
World Bank

Showcase 2: SPINNAKER Kenya financial sector data
Eric Tyler @Erict19
Program Associate, Global Assets Project
New America Foundation

Showcase 3: MIX Market Kenya map of financial inclusion
Scott Gaul @Mix_Market
Director of Analysis
Microfinance Information Exchange

Panel Discussion

Panelists
Scott Gaul
Director of Analysis
Microfinance Information Exchange

Billy Jack
Associate Professor, Department of Economics
Georgetown University

Leora Klapper
Lead Economist, Development Research Group
World Bank

Eric Tyler
Program Associate, Global Assets Project
New America Foundation

Moderator
Mireya Almazán @GatesFoundation
Program Officer, Financial Services for the Poor
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Closing Remarks
Jamie Zimmerman
Director, Global Assets Project
New America Foundation

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