The CNBV, in coordination with the National Statistics and Geography Institute (INEGI for its acronym in Spanish) form April 30 to June 22 of 2018 carried out the 2018 National Survey for Financial Inclusion (ENIF for its acronym in Spanish).
In this third edition of the ENIF, the sample size increased from 7,000 to 14,500 dwellings, thus allowing the gathering of data at the regional level, for the first time. The results of the ENIF 2018 point to progress, between 2012 and 2018, in the access and use of financial products, 14.6 million adults acquired at least one financial product, representing an increase of 37% in adults included in the formal financial system. These results highlight the importance of the continuous promotion of programs and public policy that encourage all Mexicans, without distinction, to be participants of the benefits generated by the formal financial system.
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