Global financial inclusion scores
Complete Ranking List
KEY FINDING NO. 1
Singapore tops the Global Financial Inclusion Index
Fueled by strong performance in the government support and financial system support pillars—ranked first and third respectively—Singapore ranks first.
KEY FINDING NO. 2
A clear relationship between support pillars
In some markets, strong support from the government and the financial system tend to provide a lower level of employer support. Markets that have stronger employer support score tend to have lower scores in the government and financial system pillars.
KEY FINDING NO. 3
Better financial inclusion linked to other positive factors
Markets that rank highly for financial inclusion tend to also perform well in factors such as food security, productivity, economic and social resilience, standards of living, and climate change.
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