Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Reforming Africa’s Financial Regulatory System for the 21st Century

According to AFDB economist Leonce Ndikumana , following the financial crisis, efforts have been undertaken to reform the global financial system, with a view to ensuring greater financial market stability. While there has been no systemic banking crisis in Africa, the ongoing global debates and consultations on the regulatory framework have yielded numerous reform suggestions, which have important implications for African financial systems and African economies in general. Click here to read more at Making Finance Work for Africa.