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FINTECH AND FINANCIAL INCLUSION: How low-overhead direct banking models enable banks to profitably serve the US' 33 million underbanked households

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Historically, the US banking industry has discussed financial inclusion solely in terms of corporate social responsibility. Offering services to the underserved - unbanked consumers who lack access to banking products, and underbanked consumers who make only limited use of mainstream financial services - has long been economically unviable. But two forces have flipped the...
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