Women’s World Banking, an organization that provides microfinancing services to women in 27 developing countries, gives women access to top financial products and services to help their families. Women’s World Banking is currently working with 39 financial institutions to provide financial assistance through savings and insurance products, pensions and other services to develop solutions that address “the ways women interact with the financial system throughout their lifecycle.”
See below for a video with Women’s World Banking CEO Mary Ellen Iskenderian as she talks about the organization to Bloomberg.
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