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 and BBVA Research.
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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; minors under 17 years of age; and population over 60 years of age.
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.
There is an important need to promote the pension culture in the country. In this press release, some indicators on retirement savings in the Mexican adult population are reviewed.
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.
There are challenges in telecommunications infrastructure and financial education for mobile banking to have a greater influence on the access and use of financial services.
At the Forum "Colombia's Social challenges" a summarised version of the report "How is the social situation of Colombians?” which analyses variables related to the social situation, characterises the main poverty figures and concludes with the determinants for improving social well-being.
A description of the social situation of Colombians, not only with figures on poverty and income, gender gaps, labor market, among others, but also identifying its determinants, their performance and some policy proposals to achieve a better so…
Considering that March 4 is the World Obesity Day, this press article analyzes not only the problems associated with obesity and overweight, but also the possible effects that could have on family spending.
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.
September 12, 2022
Mexico | ENAFIN 2021: Advances in digitization and challenges in access to financing
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 digital payment methods.
There is consensus on an economic slowdown in Europe in the coming months, and Spain will be no exception. This is compounded by the evolution of inflation and the rise in the cost of credit. The question arises as to how households are coping with this situation according to their concerns and saving and spending habits.