Why financial inclusion matters


In March 2019, the Government published its first Financial Inclusion report. So how can everyone have access to useful and affordable financial products and services? Emma Parnell, Digital Learning Designer at Unicorn Training (an Access company), looks at why financial inclusion matters to all who work in financial services. In the UK more than 1.2 million* adults don’t have access to a bank account. Being unable to access financial services seriously undermines an individual’s ability to take responsibility for their own financial wellbeing and resilience. Imagine if that were you and the impact it would have on your life. Of…

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Emma is Digital Learning Designer at Unicorn Training Group Unicorn Training. Since 1988, we’ve created L&D and compliance solutions for the UK’s ever-changing financial services industry. We love what we do. You’ll love the results. Based in sunny Bournemouth and rainy London, our 25 years’ experience and award-winning creativity have helped us grow to be a market leader in our field. Quite simply, we give you what you want. We turn complicated language into everyday language and complicated policies into everyday scenarios. We don’t just teach you “what”, we explain “how”. No matter what your eLearning needs, we’ll listen to what you need and deliver an innovative solution just right for you. And to make your life easier, we can deliver it on our very own award-winning learning & performance platform, SkillsServe. The biggest compliment we’ve had from customers is that they keep coming back for more.

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