Apr 29, 2016

Latest edition of our online guide provides analysis of mobile money regulation - Mobile for DevelopmentMobile for Development

Regulation has a major impact on the uptake of mobile money services. Evidence shows that enabling regulatory frameworks [1] accelerate the development and adoption of digital financial services. Today, however, enabling regulatory frameworks only exist in 51 out of 93 markets …

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