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ANNOUNCEMENT: Significant changes in Pakistan

ANNOUNCEMENT: Bolivian regulatory events 

ANNOUNCEMENT: PAR decrease in Bosnia and Herzegovina

ANNOUNCEMENT: An innovative approach to MFI reporting requirements

Updated 4/11/2013 - MIX, in partnership with The MasterCard Foundation, is developing a new comprehensive solution to directly address MFIs’ reporting burden and eliminate unnecessary overlap of data requirements.

In partnership with the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), member of the Inter-American Development Bank Group, MIX has launched 3 new Maps of Financial Inclusion – Peru, Guatemala, and Bolivia – to allow users to view the extent of financial services outreach in rural areas. With these maps, local policymakers and practitioners can begin identifying trends in what types of financial institutions are available in each market and better understand the scope of financial support to rural households and their livelihoods.

En asociación con el Fondo Multilateral de Inversiones (FOMIN), miembro del Grupo Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, MIX lanzó 3 nuevos mapas de inclusión financiera –Perú, Guatemala, y Bolivia - para permitir a los usuarios ver la extensión del alcance de los servicios financieros de cobertura en áreas rurales. Con estos mapas, los políticos locales y los profesionales pueden empezar a identificar las tendencias de los tipos de instituciones financieras disponibles en cada mercado y comprender mejor el alcance del apoyo financiero a los hogares rurales y sus medios de subsistencia.

Nuevos mapas muestran acceso a servicios financieros en áreas rurales de Bolivia, Guatemala y Perú

New maps show access to financial services in rural Bolivia, Guatemala, and Peru

Customer Service Highlight in Microfinance

Today MIX released the India Map of Financial Inclusion ( to help funders, policymakers, and practitioners obtain an integrated view of the state of financial inclusion in India and draw insights to influence investment in the sector, inform policy decisions, and, ultimately, produce better outcomes for the poor.