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A simple dinner conversation between two colleagues has led to one of the “big ideas” to shape the future of finance. Two years ago, UCLA’s Bhagwan Chowdhry was in India sharing an evening meal at the home of Vijay Mahajan. Mahajan, known as India’s father of microfinance, and Chowdhry, who has studied microfinance for a decade, were discussing a dreadful statistic which they had been repeatedly confronted with: more than half of the world’s poor population lack means to achieve financial savings. What’s more, this segment of poor doesn’t even know how to save.

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