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Private Sector Opportunity to Improve Well-Being

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BCG's Doug Beal explains the importance of private sector involvement in the improvement of global well-being.

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Private Sector Opportunity to Improve Well-Being

  1. 1. 1 Private Sector Opportunity to Improve Well-Being
  2. 2. Source: BCG analysis UN Sustainable Development Goals
  3. 3. Source: BCG analysis Why Should Businesses Create Social Value? Attract & Retain Talent Enhanced Government Relations Improved Brand and Reputation Create Long-Term Shareholder Value
  4. 4. Traditional model Social impact unrelated to core business New model Growing the core business, more impact Source: BCG analysis Social Impact is Magnified When Activities are Based on the Core Business CORE BUSINESS SOCIAL IMPACT CORE BUSINESS SOCIAL IMPACT
  5. 5. SEDA defines well-being around  elements, along  dimensions Economics Sustainability Investments SEDAINCOMEINCOME INCOME ENVIRONMENT GOVERNANCE CIVIL SOCIETY INCOME EQUALITY ECONOMIC STABILITY EMPLOYMENT HEALTH EDUCATION INFRA- STRUCTURE BCG’s SEDA Source: BCG analysis
  6. 6. Source: BCG analysis, World Bank FINDEX data Note: Includes  SEDA countries where FINDEX data are available for both years ( and ) There is a clear link between financial inclusion and well-being, even when controlling for income            Well-being Financial inclusion
  7. 7. Source: BCG analysis Civil Society, Governance, and Infrastructure have strongest correlations to financial inclusion                                     CIVIL SOCIETY Public Safety Gender Equality GOVERNANCE Corruption Rule of Law INFRASTRUCTURE Internet Electricity
  8. 8. Poor infrastructure holds back countries with greatest need to improve financial inclusion BOTTOM THIRD MID THIRD TOP THIRD      Financial Inclusion % of adults aged > with account (-) Average  SEDA current-level Infrastructure score Source: BCG analysis, World Bank FINDEX data Note: Includes  SEDA countries where FINDEX data are available for both years ( and )  Points    Points      Points  
  9. 9. 2 bcg.com

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