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Financial Sector Assessment Program : Malawi - Access to Financial Services

ACCESS BARRIERS ACCESS TO CREDIT ACCESS TO FINANCE ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES ACCOUNTING ACCURATE INFORMATION ADVISORY SERVICES AFFORDABILITY AFFORDABLE PRICE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AUTONOMY BANK ACCOUNT BANK BRANCH BANK BRANCHES BANK COMPLIANCE BANK CUSTOMERS BANK FEES BANKERS ASSOCIATION BANKING INITIATIVES BANKING MODELS BANKING SECTOR BANKING SERVICE BANKING SERVICES BANKING SYSTEM BENEFICIARIES BEST PRACTICE BEST PRACTICES BIG BANKS BORROWER BORROWING BUSINESS ADVISORY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY BUSINESS PLAN CAPITAL MARKETS CASH PAYMENTS CASH TRANSFERS CLEARING HOUSE COLLATERAL COLLATERAL REQUIREMENTS COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKING COMMERCIAL BANKS COMMODITY CONSUMER PROTECTION CREDIT CARDS CREDIT COOPERATIVES CREDIT FACILITIES CURRENT ACCOUNT CUSTOMER BASE CUSTOMER SERVICE DEBIT CARD DEBIT CARDS DEBT DEPOSIT DEPOSIT ACCOUNT DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS DEPOSITOR DEPOSITORS DEPOSITS DEVELOPMENT FINANCE DEVELOPMENT FINANCE INSTITUTIONS DISASTER RECOVERY DISPOSABLE INCOME DIVERSIFICATION DUE DILIGENCE REQUIREMENTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC POLICIES ELECTRONIC BANKING ELECTRONIC PAYMENT EMPLOYER EMPLOYERS EMPLOYMENT ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT ENTREPRENEURS ENTRY POINTS EQUITY INVESTMENT EXPENDITURES FARMER FARMERS FINANCE COMPANIES FINANCE COMPANY FINANCIAL ACCESS FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION FINANCIAL LITERACY FINANCIAL MARKET FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL PRODUCTS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SECTOR ASSESSMENT FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL SERVICE FINANCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS FINANCIAL STABILITY FINANCIAL STRATEGY FINANCIAL SUPPORT FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY FINANCIAL SYSTEM FOREIGN EXCHANGE FORMAL BANKING FORMAL FINANCIAL SECTOR FORMAL FINANCIAL SERVICES FUNDING SOURCES GENDER GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION GOVERNMENT POLICIES GROUP LENDING HOUSEHOLDS INCOME GROUPS INCOME LEVELS INCOMES INFLATION INFLATION RATES INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATE CONTROLS INTERNAL CONTROLS INTERNATIONAL BANK INVESTING INVESTMENT PROGRAM KEY CHALLENGES LACK OF KNOWLEDGE LAWS LEGAL AUTHORITY LEGAL FRAMEWORK LENDERS LIMITED ACCESS LIMITED ACCESS TO FINANCE LOAN CUSTOMERS LOAN FACILITY LOAN PORTFOLIO LOAN REPAYMENTS LOW FINANCIAL LITERACY LOW-INCOME LOWER INCOME MAINSTREAM BANKS MANDATES MARKET SHARE MEDIUM ENTERPRISE MERCHANT MERCHANTS MFI MFIS MICRO-CREDITS MICRO-FINANCE MICROFINANCE MICROFINANCE INSTITUTION MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS MICROFINANCE LOAN MICROFINANCE LOANS MINIMUM DEPOSIT MONETARY POLICY NONBANKS OPERATIONAL COSTS OUTREACH OVERHEAD COSTS PAYMENT SERVICE PAYMENT SERVICES PAYMENT SYSTEMS PAYMENTS INFRASTRUCTURE PAYMENTS INFRASTRUCTURES PAYMENTS SERVICE PAYMENTS SERVICES PENSIONS POINT OF SALE POINT-OF-SALE POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK PRIVATE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS PRIVATE FINANCIAL SECTOR PRODUCTIVITY PRUDENTIAL REGULATIONS RATES OF RETURNS REAL SECTOR RECEIPT REGULAR PAYMENTS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY OVERSIGHT REMITTANCE REMITTANCES REPAYMENT RESERVE BANK RETAIL FINANCIAL SERVICES RISK MANAGEMENT RURAL ACCESS RURAL CLIENTS RURAL FINANCE RURAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS SALES SAVERS SAVINGS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SAVINGS BANK SAVINGS SERVICES SMALL ENTERPRISE SMALL ENTERPRISES SMALL LOAN SMALLHOLDER SMALLHOLDER FARMERS SMART CARD SMART CARDS SMART MONEY SOCIAL WELFARE SOURCE OF INCOME STAKEHOLDERS STATE BANK OF PAKISTAN STATUS OF WOMEN SUBSIDIZATION SUBSIDY COSTS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPORT UNION WELFARE BENEFITS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Malawi
2013-10-03T18:01:30Z | 2013-10-03T18:01:30Z | 2008-09

This technical note the Malawi 2007 Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) reviews the current challenges of increasing access to financial services in Malawi. After a cursory assessment of the state of the financial sector in chapter one, it summarizes the key challenges of rural financial sector development (chapter two); then discusses the opportunities that branchless banking technology offers (chapter three), the options for strengthening the financial infrastructure (chapter four) and the role of government in increasing access (chapter five). It concludes with recommendations on how authorities may seek to realize these opportunities (chapter six).

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