10 August 2023

The Role Regulators Play in Closing the Financial Inclusion Gender Gap: A Case Study of Mexico

Financial inclusion is a long-standing social issue in Mexico, with more than half of the country being unbanked, and women, representing 50 percent of the population, facing disproportionately large barriers.

As the second-largest economy and population in Latin America, Mexico has the resources and institutions to tackle gender financial inclusion thanks to its national financial inclusion approach. Mexico’s Central Bank, Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores has implemented several regulations and initiatives to create an enabling environment for women’s financial inclusion through both digital and non-digital services.

Learn more about the current state of women’s financial inclusion in Mexico.


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