According to the bank documents, the TA will assist the Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FIMSA), the financial sector regulator and supervisor, to develop policies that promote nonbank and alternative financial services to improve financial intermediation and inclusion in the economy, strengthen FIMSA’s capacity to regulate and supervise these services, and assist FIMSA in developing and conducting financial literacy and education programs that help improve consumer demand for these services.
Executing Agency: Financial Market Supervisory Authority
27, Bulbul Avenue, AZ1000
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