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Reimagining Financial Inclusion

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Paving new pathways to financial services for all

Millions of people in the world are financially excluded – this book highlights that and provides alternative pathways

In-depth analyses of the social enterprises that are tackling this exclusion and inequality

Provides key lessons and framework for change that will inspire and inform social entrepreneurs and innovators in finance

Written by an expert and practitioner in social entrepreneurship and financial inclusion

Book Details

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-911-671-52-7

Bookbinding: Paperback

Format: 216 x 138mm


ERLIJN SIE has 15 years of experience working with multi- nationals and an equivalent number of years leading and growing social ventures. She is the co-founder of Micro- credits for Mothers and Credits for Communities and was managing director of the Banking with the Poor Net- work and HandsOn Microfinance. Currently, she works at Ashoka – the world’s largest international network of social entrepreneurs – with blue chip companies to trans- form business into a force for good through collaboration with social innovators. Erlijn has devoted her career to contributing to a more just and inclusive economy. Erlijn holds two Masters degrees in Management Sciences and Asian Studies.


Game changers are not looking in the rearview mirrow, focusing on ‘the old’; they look forward, anticipating and building ‘the new’. Reimagining Financial Inclusion triggers the reader’s sense of purpose, invites them to build ‘the new’ and creates a bias for action. If the pace of change outside our financial system is faster than within, it is time to rethink our relevance to society.

MARGUERITE SOETEMAN-REIJNEN, Chairman, Executive Board, Aon Holdings and Global Chief Marketing Officer, Aon Inpoint

Reimagining Financial Inclusion is a ‘must-read’ for all corporate business leaders concerned about the future of our planet. It constitutes a powerful and inspirational call to action to team up with game changing social entrepreneurs in driving financial inclusion and system change that will ensure that long-term relevance of their organizations and benefit society at large.

RONALD DE JONG, Distinguished Professor of Practice at Tilburg University, Chairman of the Philips Foundation and retired member of the Executive Committee of Royal Philips

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