Payments in Emerging Markets
The payments landscape in developing markets is in upheaval. Technology, regulation, and innovation are creating opportunities as well as strategic challenges.
Regulators are faced with evolving policy agendas, commercial activity, and financial inclusion goals.
Interoperability among competing payments systems has huge benefits, but can be hard to achieve.
Providers must consider the extent to which they are well suited to tackle the regulatory and deployment requirements to an emerging market.
Digital payments bring their own set of fraud vectors, including hard to detect social engineering.
Moving merchants from cash to digital payment acceptance is challenging.
The GlenbrookTM team can help you navigate the complex payments landscape in emerging markets. We’ve developed interoperability strategies to integrate mobile money operators and banks in Africa and South America, designed a government collections platform, and conducted assessments to identify emerging markets best suited for market entry.
Payments Boot CampTM workshops
We offer detailed insights on payments trends across the globe. We break down common and unique features of payments aspects in different markets. We emphasize activities and innovations in emerging markets like India, China, Brazil, and Mexico.
An NGO works to bring low-income end users into the formal financial services ecosystem
Glenbrook has worked closely with a global NGO’s financial services team on an ongoing for many years to promote the client’s goal of affordable digital payments and broad usage.
An NGO furthers financial inclusion through P2G payments
Glenbrook conducted a technical and market assessment of a P2G (bill pay) platform in a South Asian country to identify opportunities for improvement to best ensure it met the needs of low-income end users.
A country implements a fast payments system
Glenbrook provided systems and business model design to support the development of a new fast payments system in Africa.
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