Australia - Account Ownership at a Financial Institution or with a Mobile-Money-Service Provider Among the Poorest 40%

With 99.29 Percent of Persons Aged 15+ in 2017, the country was number 7 comparing other countries in Account Ownership at a Financial Institution or with a Mobile-Money-Service Provider Among the Poorest 40%. Australia is overtaken by Norway, which was ranked number 6 with 99.36 Percent of Persons Aged 15+ and is followed by New Zealand with 98.97 Percent of Persons Aged 15+. Netherlands, Canada and Sweden respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Yemen witnessed the best average annual growth at +70.3points per year, while Burundi witnessed the worst performance at -24.7points per year.

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Date Percent of Persons Aged 15+
2017 99.29
2016
2015
2014 100.00
2013
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How does Australia rank in Account Ownership at a Financial Institution or with a Mobile-Money-Service Provider Among the Poorest 40%?

# 139 Countries Percent of Persons Aged 15+ Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Denmark
100.00 % 2017 NA NA View data
2 #2
Netherlands
99.79 % 2017 NA NA View data
6 #6
Norway
99.36 % 2017 NA -0.2 % View data
7 #7
Australia
99.29 % 2017 NA NA View data
8 #8
New Zealand
98.97 % 2017 NA NA View data
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