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LBS study rips up conventional approach to financial inclusion

by Oluwatosin Dokunmu

August 16, 2018 | 5:10 pm
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One of the key findings of the Customer Segmentation study executed by the Lagos Business School (LBS) is that broader community engagement, including with religious institutions and informal social groups, is essential to driving financial inclusion in Nigeria. The study also identified the need for unconventional approaches to on-boarding financially excluded persons such as the…

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by Oluwatosin Dokunmu

August 16, 2018 | 5:10 pm
  |     |     |   Start Conversation

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