Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Four New Paths to Financial Inclusion

Remember “thin file”? No, it was not son of “thin client”, which was the financial services technology buzzword du jour around 1996. Thin file is technology for getting credit scores on the unbanked. It never went away, really, and Michael McEvoy in the latest issue of MasterCard Advisors Compedium explores how technology can be used
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MasterCard and Tufts Fletcher School Team Up For Inclusive Cities

MasterCard’s Center for Inclusive Growth is a research and philanthropy group within MasterCard dedicated to learning about and advancing economic freedom for the world’s poorest people. The Center fosters collaboration between the private sector, governments, non-profits, and academia to generate the best ideas and projects to develop the best ideas and plans to achieve the
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Small Businesses Going for the Win

Are you a small business? Does the thought of keeping doors open tomorrow and winning sales this month keep you up at night? Eugene DeSilva, MasterCard’s group head responsible for the SME segment, talks to PYMNTS.com about small business’s outlook today; he offers advice to small business owners regarding securing funding for tomorrow’s initiatives. Go
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MasterCard’s Chief Emerging Payments Officer on Mobile with Payments Guru Karen Webster

Don’t miss out on an engaging conversation with MasterCard’s Chief Emerging Payments Officer Ed McLaughlin about how MasterCard is working to provide a payments platform to enable mobile commerce. You can access it here. Read the full article or listen to the recording of the conversation to discover examples of how electronic payments made a difference
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