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On April 12, the Mexican National Banking Commission (CNBV) published the level of financial literacy of Mexicans in 2018, which was 58.2 out of 100 points. This note describes the main questions related to financial "knowledge", "behaviors" and "attitudes" that were answered incorrectly by more than half of Mexicans.
December 21, 2018
Mexico | ENIF 2018: 63.2% of Mexicans use informal savings, 70.2% use informal credit
The main results of ENIF 2018 (the National Survey on Financial Inclusion 2018) are being presented, and the situation and challenges that the government of AMLO and the financial institutions will face with regards to inclusion and financial education. 47.1% of the population has a bank or financial account (savings), 31.1…
This document focuses on identifying factors affecting the implementation of a Central Bank digital currency (CBDC) in Latin American countries. The adoption of a CBDC (non-universal) for the interbank and wholesale payment system would lead to a relatively minor level of disruption in the economy. In this case, the impleme…
In this issue we focus on: The framework for digital regulation in Latin America: How to balance innovation and safety?; Decentralized Applications (DApps): The building blocks of the future Internet; Instant payments; The cloud vs. mainframe conundrum; Enhancing Economic Empowerment through Financial Inclusion.
In this issue we focus on: regulatory sandboxing: a risk-based approach to promote innovation in financial services; cyber-attacks: one of the main threats in 2016; Bim: the Peruvian mobile wallet of the unbanked; regulation of digital consumer credit; robo-advisers: the automation of financial advice.
In this issue we focus on: RegTech, the new magic word in FinTech; Focus on innovation in Australian banks’ DNA; Remote opening of financial products in Latin America; Big Data management and use in the financial services industry; and Financial services trends for 2016
In this issue we focus on: Internet availability in the Spanish households; Alternative Lending; Transatlantic data flows; Financial Inclusion Data; and Digital issues in the EC's work plan 2016.