Banking in sub-Saharan Africa - Recent Trends and Digital Financial Inclusion

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This study follows-up on European Investment Bank's (EIB) 2015 study on “Recent Trends in Banking in sub-Saharan Africa - From Financing to Investment”. Against the background of a rapidly evolving context for the Sub-Saharan Africa banking industry, EIB's Economics Department has coordinated this volume, which combines in-house expertise on the region with contributions from leading specialists from the local financial sector and from international financial institutions and research centres. For this third edition, the study aims to provide an overview of structural development and recent market trends in the region. It outlines some of the key challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. It also presents the results of the second edition of the EIB Survey of Pan-African Banks, a unique survey targeting the largest multi-country players in SSA, as well as containing more detailed structural analysis on long-term housing financing and long-term investment.

Categories:
Remittances, Regional Financial Integration, Long-Term Finance, Institutional Investors, Financial Infrastructure, Capital Markets, Agricultural & Rural Finance, Access to Finance, SME Finance & Leasing, Mobile Banking, Legal & Regulatory Environment, Banking, Insurance
Pages:
174
Year of publication:
15.12.2016
File size:
3026163 bytes