Earlier this week, Mexico launched its National Financial Inclusion Strategy (NFIS), which will accelerate access to financial services for the more than half of the population currently left out of the formal and regulated financial system.
44% of adults in Mexico own a bank account, according to the just released Encuesta Nacional de Inclusion Financiera.
A national financial inclusion strategy is a roadmap to help a country better plan and focus on its financial inclusion goals.
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Source: The World Bank