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Financial Sector Deepening Africa

Financial Sector Deepening Africa

General
Contacts 11
Tenders 132
Grants 2
Jobs 3
CSP 0
Contractors 0
Awards 0
Last update: Jul 29, 2021 Last update: 29 Jul, 2021
General
Contacts11
Tenders132
Grants 2
Jobs 3
Country strategy papers 0
Top Contractors 0
Awards 0

Details

Office: Kenya
Address: Riverside Green Suites - Palm Suite, Riverside Drive, Nairobi
E-mail(s): info@fsdafrica.org
Contact person: Mark Napier, Chief Executive Officer
Phone: +254 20 402 4000; +254 729 729 111
Sectors: Finance & Accounting, Inst. Devt. & Cap. ... See more Finance & Accounting, Inst. Devt. & Cap. building, Macro-Econ. & Public Finance, Micro-finance, Poverty Reduction, SME & Private Sector, Trade
Nr. of employees: 11-50
Types: Bilateral Bilateral
Status: Active

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Description

Created in 2012, FSD Africa is a £30 million financial sector development programme or ‘FSD’ based in Nairobi. It is funded by UK aid from the UK Government. FSD Africa aims to reduce poverty across sub-Saharan Africa by building financial markets that are efficient, robust and inclusive.

FSD Africa is a market facilitator or catalyst. It applies a combination of resources, expertise and research to address financial market failures and deliver a lasting impact. FSD Africa has a mandate to work across sub-Saharan Africa on issues that relate to both ‘financial inclusion’ and ‘finance for growth.’

FSD Africa is also a regional platform. It fosters collaboration, best practice transfer, economies of scale and coherence between development agencies, donors, financial institutions, practitioners and government entities with a role in financial market development in sub-Saharan Africa. 

All FSD Africa opportunities are posted under FCDO

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Tender Management Modes

Financing agencies
FCDOGates FoundationNPOGovernmentOther agencies10.5%10.5%68.4%
RegionsTotal
FCDO13
Gates Foundation2
NPO2
Government1
Other agencies1
Direct vs. Indirect Management
ContractingAuthorities100%
RegionsTotal
Contracting Authorities68
Top Implementing Agencies
AFR - Access toFinance RwandaFinMark TrustFSD - FinancialSector DeepeningTanzaniaFSD - FinancialSector DeepeningUgandaOther agencies37.7%19.7%36.1%
RegionsTotal
AFR - Access to Finance Rwanda23
FinMark Trust22
FSD - Financial Sector Deepening Tanzania12
FSD - Financial Sector Deepening Uganda3
Other agencies1
Co-Funding
FCDOSADCECGates FoundationOther agencies45.8%12.5%16.7%20.8%
RegionsTotal
FCDO11
SADC5
EC4
Gates Foundation3
Other agencies1