Banking Supervision and Regulation Back
Judith Tyson

authors

Aug 05, 2020
The Covid-19 virus has caused a convulsive shock to the global economy. There remains considerable uncertainty around the pathway of the pandemic, the means and speed of any economic recovery and…
Mat

authors

Apr 21, 2020
Mathieu Saadati , founder of Fitracor
De-risking is the decision to terminate a business relationship when the customer risk is considered more sensitive. This term is frequently used to refer to the withdrawal of international banks…

authors

Feb 10, 2020
Dhafer Saidane , PhD in Economics, Professor SKEMA Business School
The sub-prime crisis of summer 2007 led to an economic downturn that shook the financial sector worldwide. The global financial system’s fragility was, in part, attributed to Lehman Brothers’…
Juan Carlos Izaguirre
DEnise Dias

authors

Jan 24, 2020
Juan Carlos Izaguirre , Senior Financial Sector Specialist, CGAP
Denis Dias , Lead Financial Sector Specialist, CGAP
An e-money account is often the first and most frequently used financial product for low-income customers. As e-money continues to play a key financial inclusion role in emerging markets, policy…
Soyibou Ndao

authors

Jan 13, 2020
Soyibou Ndao , Responsable du programme de labellisation des PME, ADEPME
When the issue of SME access to credit is addressed, often the major concern raised by stakeholders is the problem of information asymmetry that characterizes the relationship between the bank and…
Barbara Scola CGAP
Silvia Baur-Yazbeck CGAP

authors

Nov 25, 2019
Over the past decade, regulations in emerging financial markets have undergone many changes that have raised both optimism and concern within the financial inclusion community. The good news first:…