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Mobile banking represents a turning point in traditional banking and a new paradigm for the financial system. The study seeks to show the most current statistics regarding the main trends in access, having and use of this technology and to offer some perspectives in the years to come.

In December 2023, the CNBV presented the latest update of its quarterly database on Financial Inclusion for 2023-2Q (financial services of banking and Popular Savings and Credit Entities). This note describes some results and compares them with the information before the pandemic.

Moving Up the Economic Ladder: 20 Years of Financial Inclusion of the Mexican Migrant Community in the U.S. A joint publication between the University of California San Diego, Sin Fronteras IAP, the Financial Education department at BBVA México…

In this press article, we emphasize the need for early financial inclusion based on the results of the National Survey for the Care System, which contains information on the demand for care of the population with a disability or dependency; min…

The CNBV has made public its plans to issue the pending rules on Open Banking before year end, crucially those relating to "transactional data" which constitute the core of the Open Finance framework.

This press release provides information about the financial instruments that minors can access in Mexico, as well as the advantages of having access to this type of tools at that age and poses some challenges.

In this press article, a proxy for possession of financial products is presented between people with some degree of poverty vs. those with labor informality (non-poor), to contrast and show that the latter, despite being potentially more likely to demand products, today they have relatively no access to these products.

Banco del Bienestar stops paying remittances in 1,379 municipalities: in 928 (67%), Financiera para el Bienestar has a branch; in 325 (24%) there is a bank branch, correspondent or store to collect them; and in 126 (9%) there is no other paymen…

Both the processes of financial inclusion and digitalization have great potential for dissemination in LATAM, both of which are key to promoting well-being and productivity in the region.

On August 29, 2022, the results of the National Survey on Business Financing (ENAFIN) 2021 were presented. This report aims to analyze the progress and challenges regarding the financial inclusion of companies, reviewing issues of financing and…

Despite the growing popularity of alternatives, cash is still Mexicans' preferred means of payment; this is related to the levels of financial inclusion and informality in the economy.

On May 11, 2022, the results and databases of the National Survey of Financial Inclusion 2021 were published. This report has the objective of analyzing the advances or setbacks in some indicators of the financial inclusion of the population in Mexico between 2018 and 2021.