G20 Financial Inclusion Indicators

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This webpage features the most recently available data on key G20 Financial Inclusion Indicators. The Indicators were designed to assess the state of financial inclusion, and aim to support countries in achieving their financial inclusion goals. They measure access to, use of, and quality of financial services. The Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI) developed the Indicators, which were endorsed by G20 Leaders in 2013 at their Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia. They build on the G20 Basic Set of Indicators, endorsed and announced in 2012. This webpage is powered by the World Bank’s Data Group and funded by Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Key Global Indicators

  • Account (% age 15+)        (Findex, 2014)
  • Borrowed from a financial institution (% age 15+) (Findex, 2014)
  • Disclosure Index (1 low – 5 high) (Global Survey on Consumer Protection and Financial Literacy, 2013)
  • Automated teller machines (ATMs per 1,000 sq. km) (FAS, 2013)
Note: Data on Key Indicators for SME Accounts and SME Credit can be found through country-specific searches. Global figures are not displayed because they are drawn from the Enterprise Surveys, which collect data on a four-year cycle and are not globally representative for any year.

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