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Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA)

NAMFISA is an independent institution established to regulate and supervise the non-banking financial sector in Namibia. This relates inter alia to the business of the Namibian Stock Exchange; Long-term Insurance; Short-term Insurance; Asset Management; Unit Trusts (Collective Investment Schemes); Pension Funds; Medical Aid Funds; Public Accountants and Auditors; Exchanges, Stock Brokers; Brokers and Agents of Insurance companies and Money Lenders.

Non-Banking Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA)

NBFIRA’s mandate is to regulate and enforce compliance within the Botswana NBFI sector in order to safeguard the stability, fairness and efficiency of the non-bank financial sector. The Authority’s regulatory portfolio encompasses a wide variety of industries including Insurance, Pension, Capital Markets, Non-Bank Lenders, Collective Investment Undertakings (CIUs), Asset Managers, Investment Advisors, and Custodians (among others).