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Infrastructure, Access Points & the Development of Digital Financial Ecosystems

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This presentation provides an analysis of the importance of digital infrastructure and ecosystems as well as review the “tipping” points for more rapid uptake and usage of digital financial services.

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Infrastructure, Access Points & the Development of Digital Financial Ecosystems

  1. 1. INFRASTRUCTURE, ACCESS POINTS & DFS ECOSYSTEMS JOHN V OWENS
  2. 2. The Role of Infrastructure The key foundational infrastructure needed to support financial innovations include: • Electricity supply • ICT infrastructure • Payment infrastructure • Identification infrastructure
  3. 3. WHY IS ELECTICRITY INFRASTRUCTURE SO VITAL FOR DFS?
  4. 4. WHY IS ICT INFRASTRUCTURE SO IMPORTANT?
  5. 5. THE CASE STUDY OF MYANMAR – HANDOUT FOR DISCUSSION
  6. 6. THE INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT ROLE OF PAYMENT SYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE
  7. 7. WHY IS IDENTIFICATION INFRASTRUCTURE SO ESSENTIAL?
  8. 8. The Role of Access Points
  9. 9. THE ROLE OF DFS ECOSYSTEMS • Stakeholders in the DFS Ecosystem • Relationships of Stakeholders • Role and Contributions of Stakeholders in the DFS Ecosystem
  10. 10. WHO ARE THE DFS STAKEHOLDERS IN YOUR MARKET?
  11. 11. WHAT ARE THE ROLE AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF STAKEHOLDERS IN THE DFS ECOSYSTEM?
  12. 12. ACCESS AND USAGE INDICATORS Indicators for Measuring Access to DFS Access 1. Number of DFS cash points per 10,000 adults Supply Number of MFS cash points Total adult population X 10,000 2. Percentage of relevant administrative units with DFS cash points Supply Number of relevant administrative units with MFS cash points Total number of administrative units 3. Percentage of active DFS cash points Supply Number of Active DFS Cash Points Total Number of DFS Cash Points
  13. 13. INDICATORS FOR MEASURING USAGE OF DFS 6. Percentage of adults withat least one DFS account Proxy: 1. Number of DFS accounts per 10,000 adults 2. Number of DFS accounts per 10,000 adults by deployment Demand Number of adults with at least one DFS account Total adult population Proxy: Number of DFS accounts x 10,000 Total adult population Number of DFS accounts by deployment x 10,000 Total adult population Percentage of active DFS accounts Supply Number of active DFS accounts Total number of DFS accounts Percentage of active DFS accounts by deployment Supply Number of active DFS accounts by deployment Total number of DFS accounts Value in USD of DFS transactions monthly Supply (x1 ; x2 ; x 3; … x n) where x is the value in USD of DFS transactions per month Average number of DFS transactions per active DFS cash point monthly Supply 1 (x + x + x + … x ) n 1 2 3 n where x is the number of DFS transactions per month per active DFS cash point
  14. 14. CLASS EXERCISE Which of the following statements are true (check all that apply)? The key foundational infrastructure needed to support financial innovations include: • Electricity supply • ICT infrastructure • Identification infrastructure • Payment infrastructure • Transportation infrastructure • Urban infrastructure
  15. 15. Thanks johnvowens@me.com Twitter: @jvowens

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