Genesis supports Uganda with strategy to capitalise on 4IR to drive growth
Genesis is providing technical support to Uganda's Presidential Taskforce on the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) to formulate a national 4IR strategy to guide the country on areas where 4IR technology can be domesticated to achieve development objectives.
Charting a new course for failing state-owned enterprises
Genesis worked with the National Planning Commission, a nucleus government advisory agency, to assess state-owned enterprises' performance and contribution to achieving the National Development Plan’s Vision 2030 of economic transformation and inclusive growth.
Strategy for mobile-wallet partnership opportunities in Africa
Genesis Analytics was commissioned by a global card association to conduct a mobile-wallet partnership opportunity assessment across five countries, Ghana, Senegal, Madagascar, Cote d’Ivoire and Mauritius. This entailed assessing and mapping the payment landscape in each country and identifying key payment opportunities in the mobile money, card and digital payments space.
Developing a vision and strategy for Kenya’s National Payment System
Genesis was engaged by the Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSD) Kenya, on behalf of the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), to perform a market analysis of the payments landscape in Kenya, and thereafter develop a 10-year vision and five-year strategy for the National Payment System (NPS).
Danes investigate a project support facility for water programme
Genesis was contracted to assist the Danish embassy and Danish Environmental Protection Agency to conduct an investigation into establishing a project support facility (PSF) focused on investment planning and feasibility, project contracting, delivery modalities, financing and procurement.
Demand for storage facility to serve the Manu River Union
Genesis was contracted to undertake the final demand study for an inland storage distribution facility to serve the Manu River Union countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea as part of the due diligence required to finalise the financing arrangements for the facility in Liberia.
Analysing the future of South Africa’s card acquiring market
Due to innovation and competition increasing, a global payment service provider wanted to better understand the market to engage new partners and increase their market share. This required a strategy and go-to-market approach across the various acquiring channels.
A winning strategy for deepening financial markets in Uganda
Genesis Analytics have been working with Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Trusts on a number of projects. FDS commissioned Genesis first to re-invigorate their approach to facilitating financial-sector deepening in Uganda. We then helped FSDU develop a refreshed strategy for the next three years and then assisted them with a critical part of strategy execution related to fundraising.
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.
Quantifying the true cost of cash in South Africa
South Africa has a high proportion of banked adults but cash still accounts for over 50% of the total value of all consumer transactions. Genesis partnered with MasterCard to quantify the true cost of this reliance on cash for consumers in South Africa.
Review of the Ugandan Microfinance Sector
Genesis was commissioned by DFID and the Ugandan financial services inclusion programme to conduct a review of the progress made within the microfinance industry in Uganda, consider the emerging trends in the sector as well as to provide a look into the future and recommend new strategies for increasing the level of financial inclusion.