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To bring financial services within the reach of the entire population, Latin America and the Caribbean must open up the data generated by mass use of digital technologies. This is a challenge that also involves ensuring data security and privacy. Striking a balance between these two dimensions is crucial.

Open finance allows customers of financial institutions—such as banks and fintechs—to share their data with other institutions for the development of new products and services that are more affordable and aligned with their needs. Check out our knowledge repository to learn about the progress of open finance in the region and see recommendations for the responsible and secure use of data to improve financial inclusion.

Banks Physical footprint Banks’ Physical Footprint and Financial Technology Adoption
Credit Cards Issued Credit Cards Issued by Non-Financial Companies: An Alternative Tool for Financial Inclusion and Economic Development?
International Remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean International Remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean amid the Covid-19 Crisis: A Push for Digitalization?
The SME access The SME Access to Digital Finance Study
Digitalización de pagos Digitalización de pagos del gobierno para promover la inclusión financiera en América Latina y el Caribe
Tigo Money El caso de Tigo Money y el Proyecto Última Milla en Paraguay una estrategia colaborativa para la inclusión financiera
Publicacion de ecosistemas de pagos digitales - Ecosystems  - Inter-American Development Bank - IDB Ecosistemas de pagos digitales en América Latina y Caribe: fichas de países
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