Feasibility of using a CVA with a “route-approach” in select contexts in the Americas
This research will build upon CALP’s 2022 study People are on the move: Can the world of CVA keep up? Analysis of the use of CVA in the context of human mobility in the Americas which looked at the issue of CVA used for people on the move. One of the findings from the study was that there is a need to take a “route” instead of “country” approach when providing CVA to people on the move. Also, the report featured a case study in the report Payment ecosystems along migratory routes took a country-by-country view of potential of FinTech platforms as one possible solution enable the generation of financial services at scale that are more aligned to people’s needs—including people in movement. This study seeks go deeper into the findings of the case study focusing on the financial service provider landscape and Know Your Customer (KYC) across select migratory routes in the Americas.
This work will be made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of CALP and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.