This World Bank project covered the legal and regulatory framework applicable to non – bank financial services and to consumer protection in the banking, non-bank financial institutions, insurance and payments sectors in Georgia.
In 2017 the Reserve Bank of Malawi undertook the development of a draft Financial Consumer Protection Act, which was then subject to a public consultation process.
In 2016 Fiji developed a draft Consumer Credit Act with support from the Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme (PFIP). The aim was to replace the current Act with simple, clearly expressed, balanced and implementable legislation which will support Fiji’s financial inclusion goals and be consistent with international best practice.
This World Bank Group project involved a diagnostic review of Indonesia’s institutional, legal and regulatory framework for financial consumer protection and financial literacy in all parts of the financial sector. Ongoing implementation support for key recommendations was also provided.
This World Bank Group project involved a diagnostic review of Malawi’s institutional, legal and regulatory framework for financial consumer protection and financial literacy. The project includes ongoing support for the implementation of key recommendations made in the review, while taking into account Malawi’s priorities.