Offering payments services is a natural fit for postal systems in both maturing and mature markets.
Around the world, the majority of postal systems provide basic financial services and payment products. In recent years, there has been renewed interest in expanding the role of postal systems in both developed and developing payment markets. This Mercator Advisory Group Viewpoint describes several models of postal financial services provision.
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