EIB report on Banking in Africa: Read the findings of our review of the state of bank recovery and resolution laws in Africa

On 22 November 2018, the European Investment Bank (EIB) published the fourth edition of its banking in Africa report. This latest report, Banking in Africa: Delivering on Financial Inclusion, Supporting Financial Stability, focuses on recent developments in Africa’s banking sectors and the policy options for all stakeholders, and includes the results of the EIB’s survey of banking groups operating in Africa. Three thematic chapters address the challenges and opportunities for financing investment in Africa: Policy options on how to finance infrastructure development; The state of bank recovery and resolution laws in Africa; and Crowdfunding out of private sector lending by public debt issuance. The chapter looking at the state of bank recovery and resolution laws in Africa is based on the findings of Norton Rose Fulbright’s recent review of recovery and resolution laws for banks in Africa, measured against the Financial Stability Board’s (FSB) Key…

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