Unlocking Financial Potential

Financial Inclusion: Empowering Sustainable Development Goals


 

Financial Inclusion has been identified as an enabler for 7 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

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What is Financial Inclusion ?

According to the World Bank Group, 1.7 billion people are unbanked. In other words, they have no access whatsoever to financial services. (Source- World Bank Group) This denies the excluded population the tools they need to increase their earnings, ensure their survival, and deal with emergencies. Financial services can assist millions of individuals in developing nations to escape poverty each year and make a lasting difference in their lives.

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Client Story

Empowering Communities and Driving Progress

Daily life is made easier by having access to money, which also helps families and businesses prepare for everything from long-term goals to unexpected emergencies. Having access to a transaction account is the first step toward greater financial inclusion because it enables people to keep money and send and receive payments.

A transaction account acts as a doorway to other financial services.

Account holders are more likely to use additional financial services like credit and insurance to launch and grow enterprises, invest in their health and/or education, manage risk, and recover from financial setbacks, all of which can enhance their overall quality of life.

Enabling Qapital

Enabling Qapital AG

Mühlebachstrasse 164

8008 Zurich

Switzerland

Enabling Qapital AG

Branch Geneva

Place du Grand-Mézel 1,

1204 Geneva

Switzerland

Enabling Qapital Kenya Ltd

Merchant Squaren Block B

2nd Floor, Riverside Drive

Nairobi

Kenya

Enabling Microfinance AG

Industriering 20,

9491 Ruggell

Liechtenstein

 

Enabling Qapital Luxembourg S.A.

16, rue Robert Stümper,

2557 Luxembourg

Luxembourg

 

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