IFC will support the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) to revamp the Public Credit Registry (Centrale des Risques), towards becoming a tool for the institutional functions of the BCT, while giving the space for the private credit bureau (PCB) to be positioned to supply the lenders with more sophisticated and more effective risk management services and tools. In parallel, IFC will also advocate for the right enabling environment for Private Credit Bureau (PCB).
IFC will also develop a psychometric scoring tool for the financial market, and to pilot it by exploring the inclusion of new forms of data (ex. Big Data, Fintech data, psychometrics, etc.) into the credit reporting system along with other more mature credit reporting markets at the regional level.
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