This portal allows you to compare a range of indicators relevant for financial inclusion across countries and periods drawing from a number of data sources including National Surveys, Financial Diaries, Geospatial Data, and MSME probability survey data. You may start by gaining a broad overview of the financial market, and then deepen your understanding of how low-income households manage their financial lives. You can also learn more about a particular area and explore the MSME sector of a country.
Mobile Money Agents in Bangladesh ( 31,755): Geospatial Data
National Surveys, which are nationally representative surveys of adults in a particular country, demonstrate how people source their income and manage their financial lives.
Financial Diariesoffer insight into the combination of financial instruments that households use over time.
Geospatial Dataindicates that the data has a geographic component to it. This means that the records in a dataset have locational information tied to them, such as geographic data in the form of coordinates, address, city or ZIP code.
RemitSCOPE is an online tool providing regional, subregional and country-level data and market analysis through four key areas: key figures on population, remittances and migration, markets, regulatory environment and inclusive financial services.