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This exercise is expected to fulfil the following objectives; (i) provide key insight into the enabling environment and unique contextual nuances within a SADC member state, (ii) identify key innovation stakeholders and institutions within a SADC member state. Thereby, providing a detailed review of the innovation ecosystem landscape with specific reference to surfacing, incubating and […]
FinMark Trust has established the South Africa Financial Inclusion Program with a specific focus on South Africa in order to address systematic financial sector inclusion and deepening programs to overcome regulatory, supplier and other market level barriers hampering the effective provision of services and other issues at the nexus of financial inclusion and development. The […]
FinMark Trust is an independent non-profit trust whose purpose is ‘Making financial markets work for the poor, by promoting financial inclusion and regional financial integration’. FinMark Trust pursues their core objective of making financial markets work for the poor through two principle programmes. Based in Midrand, Johannesburg, FinMark Trust seeks to appoint a Financial Accountant. To record […]
The purpose of this research is to contribute to the analysis of regional remittance markets by providing an updated and expanded indicative estimate of the total current size of flows (volume and value) from South Africa to the rest of SADC (including Zimbabwe), and tracking pricing of these remittances based on both nominal (as quoted […]
The objective of this study is to understand how remittances can be used to deepen financial inclusion. Informal remittances hold a dominant position in the region, however this study will look to document the evolution of the traditional formal money transfer products and services in relation to possible extensions and innovations to core service of transferring […]