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Financial market policy

All projects


    Designing a Private Securities Market alongside the Central Bank of Congo

    Genesis and its partner Bourse Consult were commissioned by Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Africa to support the Central Bank of Congo (BCC) in DRC to understand the demand for an opportunity to establish a private securities market in the country.


    Developing a 10-year capital markets development master plan for Zambia

    Genesis and Bourse Consult jointly partnered with FSD Africa to develop a 10-year capital markets development master plan for Zambia.


    Cloud-based solutions could reduce banking costs in Africa

    Genesis Analytics and Orange Business Services (OBS), with the support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, published a research report on Cloud Banking in Africa: The Regulatory Opportunity, which explores the potential for cloud computing to reduce the cost of technology for banks.


    Developing five-year plan for Kenya's Capital Markets Authority

    Genesis Analytics and Bourse Consult were jointly contracted to develop a five-year strategic plan for the Capital Markets Authority of Kenya that would enable the regulator to support economic development and empowerment.


    Online portal to size and engage with fintech entrepreneurs in SA

    The National Treasury, in partnership with the World Bank, commissioned Genesis to conduct the first full market diagnostic and sizing of the local fintech sector in South Africa.


    Balancing innovation with regulation to grow SA financial services

    Genesis partnered with the Centre of Excellence in Financial Services to understand which policy and regulatory approaches best suit the South African financial sector in managing the balancing act of preserving the country's sound financial system, while enabling fintech innovation that promotes improved access to finance and growth in the sector.


    Unlocking competition in digital finance in Africa & Asia

    Genesis was commissioned to study impediments to more effective competition in mobile money markets in four markets – India, Bangladesh, Kenya and Nigeria.


    Review of new Twin Peaks model of financial regulation

    Genesis was commissioned by a large South African insurer to provide the business with a review of the unfolding Twin Peaks model of financial regulation, as well as of resulting changes to the country’s overall regulatory architecture.


    Review of a self-regulatory financial market model in South Africa

    Genesis was commissioned by the National Treasury to conduct a technical review of the effectiveness of the SRO (self-regulatory organisation) model in South African financial markets in the context of the move toward a Twin Peaks regulatory framework.


    Optimum interest rate regime for microlenders and moneylenders

    Genesis was appointed by the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA) to review options for an optimum interest rate regime for microlenders and moneylenders.


    An indicative/education tool on cost of banking regulation

    Genesis developed an indicative cost of regulation model for the South African banking sector to demonstrate how the bank regulations created a regulatory cost across specific products for the Banking Association South Africa (BASA).


    Business model for e-wallet customer payments

    Genesis was commissioned by a large provider of online retailing and services to examine the regulatory regime of Nigeria, with respect to the launch of an e-wallet for customer payments and the launch of a peer-to-peer lending service.


    Evaluation of programme of develop secure bond markets

    Genesis was appointed by the IFC to conduct an end-of-programme evaluation of the Efficient Securities Markets Institutional Development (ESMID) programme, a joint IFC and World Bank programme.

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