This work articulates the case for cell captives compared to other options available for insurance market participation, from the perspective of a prospective cell owner. It outlines existing cell captive models, unpacks the market challenges facing smaller players and presents the key considerations for operating in a cell captive structure.
This note summarizes key findings extracted from October 2020 survey responses to gauge the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on financial institutions around the world.
This narrative, designed for financial inclusion practitioners, illustrates how financial services can be positioned to optimize impact in the digital economy.
This paper identifies a range of consumer risks posed by fintech and discusses consumer protection regulatory approaches for policy makers to consider when developing regulatory policy to target such risks.
This report provides insights on the adoption of digital agriculture and how it can be accelerated in light of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This research explores the PAYGo solar model's potential to serve as a pathway to women's energy access and financial inclusion, examining gender differences in access to PAYGo and impacts from use of off-grid solar devices.
This study assesses the impact of COVID-19 on the demand for financial services through agents and agent operations. It seeks to understand the ability of agents to support government assistance programs.
This report delves deep into the innovative strategies fintechs used to overcome the pandemic, measures taken by the government and regulators to enable ecosystem players, and the support fintechs received from investors and accelerators.