Chile is the only country in the world that, until now, has consistently tracked sex-disaggregated data on its financial system for over 10 years.
This case study explores the many insights that can be gleaned from Chile’s consistent collection, analysis, and use of sex-disaggregated financial inclusion data.
Chile has made great strides in national-level collection, analysis, and use of supply-side sex-disaggregated data. The country has also played a leading role in defining the actions a regulator can take to promote the inclusion of women in the financial sector. But much remains to be done.