Financial reforms: priorities and challenges
OVERVIEW OF THE SURVEY : IMPACT OF FINANCIAL REFORMS IN THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN AREA
Financial reforms in Spain: main developments and some challenges
IMPACT OF BANK REFORMS ON EUROMEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES:NABIL FELFEL
Impact of financial reforms in the Euromediterranean area
Post crisis Bank Resolution Key challenges in FinSAC client countries: Pamela Lintner
The Turkish Banking Sector
IMPACT OF FINANCIAL REFORMS IN THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN AREA: Program
Financial Inclusion and Mobile Banking in Guinea
The Digital Transformation of the Financial Sector Opportunities and Challenges
ACPR Approach to FinTechs and Innovation
Stratégie de l’inclusion financière en Tunisie 2016-2020
The Digital Transformation of the Financial Sector
Digital Transformation in the Euro Mediterranean Area: Financial Inclusion And Stability
Future of Digitalization & Preparing for a New Reality
Consumer Protection Challenges from The Digitalisation of Financial Services
2017 Euromed Event – Digital Transformation – Implications on Inclusion and Stability
Euro-Mediterranean High Level Seminar
Digital Financial Inclusion
Digitalisation - Challenges and Opportunities for Central Banks
Digital Transformation in the Financial Sector A Multiform/Multiservice Technological Shock, Opportunities for Financial Inclusion, Risks for Financial Stability
[Agenda] Digital Transformation in The Euro-Mediterranean Area: Financial Inclusion and Stability
Digital Transformation in The Euro-Mediterranean Area: Financial Inclusion and Stability
May 30, 2017 / Highlight
In recent years, digital technologies have created new financial sector challenges and opportunities. In many Euro-Mediterranean countries, technology innovation is allowing for the digital deployment of traditional financial services (remittances, payments, credit, savings), and second-wave services (money transfer, wealth management...
[Interview] How Has the Concessional Financial Initiative Supported Hosting Communities in Jordan and Lebanon
Nov 21, 2016 / Library
The World Bank Group, the United Nations and the Islamic Development Bank Group launched a new financing initiative to scale-up financing in the Middle East and North Africa to help countries hosting significant refugee populations, countries impacted by conflict, as well as countries that have significant investment needs to achieve...
The Global Concessional Financing Facility Provides Development Support on Concessional terms to Middle-income Countries Impacted by Refugee Crises across the World
Oct 18, 2016 / Library
The MENA Concessional Financing Facility was launched in April 2016 through a partnership between the World Bank Group, United Nations, and Islamic Development Bank Group and since it has made rapid progress in providing urgent support to help Jordan and Lebanon address the impact of Syrian refugees.
[High Level Seminar] Financing the Real Economy: Challenges in Euro-Mediterranean Countries
Jun 07, 2016 / Highlight
Eight years after the global financial crisis, policy makers around the Mediterranean are to various degrees still grappling with restoring adequate financing to the real economy. Employment, particularly for young graduates and women, has become the defining real economy issue around the Mediterranean. Given this challenge, central banks and...
International Community Endorses New Financing Initiative to Support Refugees, Host Communities, Recovery and Reconstruction in the Middle East and North Africa
Apr 27, 2016 / Highlight
Eight nations and the European Commission pledged a package of more than US$1 billion -- US$141 million in grants, US$1 billion in soft loans, US$500 million in guarantees – to a World Bank-led financing initiative in support of Syrian refugees and host communities in Jordan and Lebanon, as well as recovery and reconstruction across the...
Mécanismes financiers décentralisés pour l’amélioration de quartiers précaires