This report covers the first year of MFW4A’s 2015-2017 strategy and its portfolio of initiatives.
Public and private institutions and development partners come together to discuss financial sector development in African states facing fragile situations11.07.2016
The First Regional Conference on Financial Sector Development in African States Facing Fragile Situations ended on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 with a major takeaway: Financial markets can play a key role in tackling fragility and building resilience in Africa.
African Development Bank to host a Conference on Financial Sector Development in African States Facing Fragile Situations23.06.2016
Senior policy-makers, financial institutions executives and development partners will convene in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire from June 28 to 29, 2016 to examine how best to promote the development of effective financial systems in African countries facing fragile situations.
An important milestone has been reached by the Government of Uganda with the Ministry of Finance officially taking on the mantle as the “Home of Agricultural Finance”
MFW4A presented its latest brief on pension funds in Botswana, Kenya, Namibia and Nigeria
Making Finance Work for Africa and the Association of African Central Banks Organize a Training Seminar on Cross-Border Banking Supervision in Africa28.01.2016
Senior officials from African central banks gathered in Cape Town to kick-off seminar on “Cross-Border Banking Supervision"
Making Finance Work for Africa Holds First Joint Meeting of the Advisory Council and Supervisory Committee
Meet and Engage with Housing Finance Investors at the AUHF 2015 Conference and AGM in Durban, South Africa
Policy makers and international experts met in Nairobi, Kenya, on September 30th, at the conference organised by Chatham House with the support of the AIG, to evaluate innovation and progress in micro-insurance initiatives across Africa.
Making Finance Work for Africa Convenes African Central Banks to Discuss “Macro-prudential Surveillance"08.09.2015
Senior officials from African central banks gathered in Algiers to kick off training seminar on "Macro-prudential Surveillance"