With partners Accion and IFC, competition aims to help inclusive fintech companies attract capital and resources to benefit three billion financially underserved people globally.
WASHINGTON, February 11, 2019 /3BL Media/ - MetLife Foundation and Visa Inc., with global nonprofit Accion and IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, announced a new initiative to recognize the top 50 early-stage fintechs contributing to financial inclusion around the globe. The “Inclusive Fintech 50” will culminate in a list of the most impactful, emerging fintechs that demonstrate the power of financial technology to expand access, usage and quality of financial services in advanced and emerging markets.
In the wake of our hottest year on record, polar caps melting faster than predicted and even California in the midst of an historic drought, #GlobalCitizenEarthDay turned up the volume on climate change with a star studded free concert featuring Mary J. Blige, Gwen Stefani, Train and Usher.
On this episode of Conscious Living®, we captured highlights from the event including a backstage roundtable during the concert featuring some of the top minds across many industries who met to elevate the dialogue on climate change.