How fintech is changing lives in the global south

Top 100 Emerging Market Inclusive Fintechs

You may have heard of companies like WePay and Oscar. WePay is an online payments service provider; and Oscar is a user and technology-centered health insurance company. And you might have witnessed how these fintech companies are contributing to the transformation of the financial services sector in the United States. But what’s happening in the global south? There, “inclusive fintech”, or fintech products and services that serve the bottom of the pyramid, is thriving in its own right with the likes of Tala and Branch. The sector is growing – enough to compile a list of our top 100 inclusive fintech companies by funding raised in emerging markets.

Catalyst Fund presents the Top 100 Emerging Market Inclusive Fintechs. Get insights about accessibility, affordability & flexibility, customer-centric design, speed and digital-first approaches and how these approaches can improve outcomes.

Article originally published on the World Economic Forum

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