This World Bank project involved a diagnostic review of industry practices and the relevant aspects of the legal and regulatory framework concerning pricing and fair fee issues relating to savings and transaction accounts.
This project involved implementation of the financial consumer protection component of the Financial Inclusion Support Framework (FISF) country support program for Ethiopia.
Papua New Guinea: Financial Consumer Protection and Diagnostic Review and Implementation Support (2017 – ongoing)
This International Finance Corporation project started with a 2017 diagnostic review of the financial consumer protection laws, institutions and practices in Papua New Guinea’s regulated consumer financial sector. Specific consideration was given to the banking, non-bank financial institutions, insurance, and payments sectors. Ongoing implementation support for key recommendations is being provided.
This World Bank project started with a 2017 diagnostic assessment of the financial consumer protection legal, regulatory, and institutional framework and industry practices applicable to the banking, non-bank financial institution and payment sectors. Implementation support was provided for key recommendations in relation to both regulatory reforms and capacity building.
Azerbaijan: Legal and Regulatory Framework for Non-Bank Credit Institutions and Consumer Protection (2017 – 2018)
This World Bank project involved a review of the market practices and related legal and regulatory framework relating to regulated and unregulated non-bank institutions that provide credit facilities to consumers, together with ongoing implementation support.