New Pakistan program builds on MasterCard learnings, results MasterCard leading conversation on private-sector commitment to Financial Inclusion To tweet this news, copy and paste http://mstr.cd/1l6kTof to your Twitter handle with the hashtags #MasterCard and #FinancialInclusion PURCHASE, NY June 5, 2014 –MasterCard’s technology combined with increased engagement of governments is helping drive greater expansion of financial …
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Raj Dhamodharan is the Group Head for Emerging Payments at MasterCard for Asia Pacific. The number of mobile subscriptions around the world clocked in at 6.6 billion last year. That number is set grow by 6% to reach 9.3 billion in 2019, according to Ericsson’s 2013 mobility report. With the ever-increasing uptake in the usage …
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Matthew Driver is President of MasterCard for South East Asia, and one of the speakers at the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Manila from May 21-23, 2014. Nearly half the world’s adult population, an estimated 2.5 billion people, lack access to formal financial services. And without it, large numbers of people continue to …
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New report profiles the financially excluded and underserved and provides insights into how to bring them into the economic mainstream  To tweet this news, copy and paste http://bit.ly/1jttQZG to your Twitter handle with the hashtag #FinancialInclusion  Singapore, 20 May, 2014 – In the lead up to the World Economic Forum on East Asia 2014, MasterCard today unveiled “Road to Inclusion”, a new …
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Have you ever thought about how powerful unintended consequences can be?  I have—especially the unexpected benefits they can bring, like when a medication meant to treat one disease also improves other conditions. More specifically—and because I work on public sector programs in the U.S. at MasterCard—I’m thinking about financial inclusion. Governments at all levels—federal, state, and …
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