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People with bank accounts, percent of the population over 14 years of age, 2021:

The average for 2021 based on 34 countries was 62.46 percent. The highest value was in South Korea: 98.67 percent and the lowest value was in Afghanistan: 9.65 percent. The indicator is available from 2011 to 2021. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
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Countries Percent people with bank accounts , 2021 Global rank Available data
South Korea 98.67 1 2011 - 2021
Japan 98.49 2 2011 - 2021
Mongolia 98.17 3 2011 - 2021
Hong Kong 97.8 4 2011 - 2021
Singapore 97.19 5 2011 - 2021
Taiwan 94.71 6 2011 - 2021
Thailand 94.15 7 2011 - 2021
Israel 92.93 8 2011 - 2021
Iran 89.62 9 2011 - 2021
Sri Lanka 88.93 10 2011 - 2021
China 88.71 11 2011 - 2021
Malaysia 88.17 12 2011 - 2021
UA Emirates 84.56 13 2011 - 2021
Kazakhstan 81.11 14 2011 - 2021
India 77.3 15 2011 - 2021
Saudi Arabia 74.32 16 2011 - 2021
Georgia 70.47 17 2011 - 2021
Nepal 52.8 18 2011 - 2021
Armenia 52.25 19 2011 - 2021
Indonesia 50.51 20 2011 - 2021
Philippines 45.98 21 2011 - 2021
Uzbekistan 44.13 22 2011 - 2021
Jordan 43.35 23 2011 - 2021
Kyrgyzstan 40.97 24 2011 - 2021
Tajikistan 38.9 25 2011 - 2021
Bangladesh 37.69 26 2011 - 2021
Laos 37.32 27 2011 - 2021
Burma 36.14 28 2014 - 2021
Palestine 33.18 29 2011 - 2021
Cambodia 32.6 30 2011 - 2021
Lebanon 20.7 31 2011 - 2021
Pakistan 16.29 32 2011 - 2021
Iraq 15.76 33 2011 - 2021
Afghanistan 9.65 34 2011 - 2021



Definition: The percentage of respondents with an account (self or together with someone else) at a bank, credit union, another financial institution (e.g., cooperative, microfinance institution), or the post office (if applicable) including respondents who reported having a debit card (% age 15+).
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