Opinion, Risk Management

Financial inclusion: can banks really serve the unknowable? 

By María Jesús Jiménez Hernández
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For years, banks have been on the horns of a dilemma: many have wanted to increase financial inclusion by providing services to underserved communities, but questions remain on how to properly vet those customers without incurring an avalanche of additional due diligence. 

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