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Big Data Big Impact

Big Data Big Impact

We live in an era of big data; massive amounts of information stream from cell phones, laptops, remote sensors, and an ever- growing host of technologies, even in the least developed and most isolated places in the world. Transforming this flood of data into actionable knowledge about the lives of women and girls is one of the great technical and moral tests of the 21st century. Data2X explores in this report.

Women in Finance A Case for Closing Gaps IMF

Women in Finance: A Case for Closing Gaps

Women in Finance: A Case for Closing Gaps

This study by the International Monetary Fund analyzes the intersection of gender and finance, examining women’s roles not only as users of financial services but also as leaders in financial institutions and financial supervision agencies. It highlights the need for better data to monitor gender gaps, help researchers understand the drivers of these gaps and their effects, and help design effective policies to address them.

Global Business Case Tool for Financial Services Providers

Global Business Case Tool for Financial Services Providers

This tool helps the user develop a business case for the Women’s Market by quantifying the market opportunity and estimating an FSP’s direct financial benefits from strategically targeting the female economy – providing strong groundwork for a presentation to senior management to integrate a Women’s Market program into the FSP’s overall strategy. The Excel-based tool also comes with a PDF guide to help the user understand how to use the resource.

WFID Partnership Principles

Women’s Financial Inclusion Data Partnership Principles

Women’s Financial Inclusion Data Partnership Principles

Stakeholders need a complete picture of the gap in women’s financial inclusion to be able to close it – and data is critical to this. These tenets reflect the aspirations and commitments of the WFID partnership (comprising the Alliance for Financial Inclusion, Data2X, the Global Banking Alliance for Women, the Inter-American Development Bank, IDB Invest, the International Finance Corporation, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank Group) to increasing women’s access to and use of financial services by promoting the collection and use of sex-disaggregated data.

How Data Can Propel Full Financial Inclusion for Women

The Way Forward: How Data Can Propel Full Financial Inclusion for Women

The Way Forward: How Data Can Propel Full Financial Inclusion for Women

Data is one of the key elements necessary to create inclusive financial systems around the world. With more and improved WFI data, policymakers can design and monitor WFI interventions, and financial service providers can build a business case for targeting women as clients. This strategy document from the Women’s Financial Inclusion Data (WFID) partnership argues that only through a unified and sector-wide approach to the collection, analysis and use of gender data will women’s full financial inclusion be realized.

AFI Sex-Disaggregated Data

Leveraging Sex-Disaggregated Data to Accelerate Progress Towards Women’s Financial Inclusion

Leveraging Sex-Disaggregated Data to Accelerate Progress Towards Women’s Financial Inclusion

Women are still disproportionately excluded from the formal financial system and make up more than half of the world’s unbanked population. According to the 2014 Global Findex, 58 percent of women had an account compared to 65 percent of men. This gender gap has persisted at 9 percent for developing economies, despite progress to advance financial inclusion. This Guideline Note from AFI explores.

AFI Sex-Disaggregated Data

Sex-Disaggregated Data Toolkit

Sex-Disaggregated Data Toolkit

This AFI Financial Inclusion Data Working Group Guideline Note outlines steps to using supply and demand side sex-disaggregated data to close the financial inclusion gender gap based on the experience of AFI member institutions in a range of countries, including: Bangladesh, Burundi, Costa Rica, Chile, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Haiti, Malaysia, Morocco, Rwanda, Samoa, Senegal, Solomon Islands, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Winning the Women's Market How-To 2.0

Winning the Women’s Market | Module 4

Winning the Women’s Market | Module 4

 

GBA Case Study: Westpac

This case study, the first in the GBA’s series, focuses on founding bank Westpac, which has long focused on the female economy as a critical pathway to long-term success.

Westpac Case Study

 

 

Westpac’s Net Promoter Scorecard

The net promoter score (NPS) used by Westpac measures customer advocacy, defined as the willingness of customers to recommend the bank to family, friends and colleagues.

Datos de oferta desagregados por sexo relevantes para la inclusión financiera

Datos de oferta desagregados por sexo relevantes para la inclusión financiera

Datos de oferta desagregados por sexo relevantes para la inclusión financiera

Este documento del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo examina los indicadores y métodos de inclusión financiera de varios países latinoamericanos y presenta recomendaciones para los indicadores de la oferta que los reguladores y los encargados de formular políticas deben recopilar y supervisar.

Winning the Women's Market How-To 2.0

Winning the Women’s Market | Module 1

Winning the Women’s Market | Module 1

 

Strategic Planning Worksheet

When considering developing a Women’s Market program, you must examine how the program fits within the bank’s strategic priorities. A bank will already have defined its strategic goals, internal and external priorities, and long-term plans. You can use this worksheet to help scope your strategic planning.

 

SWOT Worksheet

Use this worksheet to think through what it will take to launch and implement a Women’s Market program.

 

Porter’s Five Forces Worksheet

This model asks you to understand five forces (competitors, suppliers, new entrants, substitute products and buyers) that shape any industry or market. It asks you to assess their strengths, whether low, medium or high. If all forces are high, then the market environment is highly competitive, and there is probably not significant value to be captured by entering it.

 

The Power of Women’s Market Data: A How-to Guide

Bankers fully understand the value of data in generating business insights and making informed decisions, yet, many banks struggle to disaggregate their data by sex. Without this data, banks are missing out on key insights to assess customer behavior or measure business performance more effectively. This In Brief was compiled based on the experiences of 11 GBA members and partners as a practical guide to support banks that are looking to start disaggregating their data by sex, or those looking to improve their current practices.

The Power of Women's Market Data

 

Establishing a Baseline: Example of Data Points

These data points were considered critical from Alliance members with active Women’s Market programs.

 

Market Share Worksheet

This worksheet will help you calculate your current and potential market share.

 

Women, Business and the Law

This World Bank report measures and compares gender parity in 173 economies, using data about legal restrictions on women’s entrepreneurship and employment in order to inform policy discussions and promote research on the linkages between the law and women’s economic opportunities.

Women, Business and the Law Report 2016

 

Opportunity Quantified & IRR

This worksheet will help you understand the potential value of the Women’s Market in your operational areas and if you have a business case.

2015 Summit: Demand Data Sets – Gabriela Andrade

Demand Data Sets: The Other Side of the Equation

This is the presentation given by Gabriela Andrade, Financial Markets Senior Specialist, Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Division, Inter-American Development Bank, during the panel on Demand Data Sets at the 2015 Global Data Symposium.

The Power of Women's Market Data

The Power of Women’s Market Data: A How-to Guide

The Power of Women’s
Market Data: A How-to Guide

Bankers fully understand the value of data in generating business insights and making informed decisions, yet, many banks struggle to disaggregate their data by sex. Without this data, banks are missing out on key insights to assess customer behavior or measure business performance more effectively. This In Brief was compiled based on the experiences of 11 GBA members and partners as a practical guide to support banks that are looking to start disaggregating their data by sex, or those looking to improve their current practices.

The Value of Sex-Disaggregated Data

The Value of Sex-Disaggregated Data

The Value of Sex-Disaggregated Data

Governments and agencies around the world are increasingly prioritizing full financial inclusion of women, but moving the needle is impossible without data on how many women actually have access to financial services and through what channels. The Global Banking Alliance for Women (GBA), in collaboration with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and Data2X, has released this report based on interviews with over 50 regulators, policymakers, International Finance Institutions (IFIs) and bankers from around the world that reveals just how this data could inform better policies and prompt the private sector to take on this missed market opportunity.