Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Oct 25, 2019
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The project aims to increase the financial inclusion of low-income populations in Guatemala -in particular women and the indigenous and rural population - through the application of new generation financial technologies that reduce the costs and improve the quality of the financial products and services for these users. The expected result is for Genesis Empresarial to successfully implement and make available to its clients: (i) new digital financial products for credit and payments; (ii) an expanded electronic and cash payment and transaction ecosystem; and (c) tools that speed up delivery and improve the quality of credit products. The technical cooperation will provide support and training to the target population for the adoption and proper use of digital financial products and services.
Multilateral Investment Fund II (MIF)
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