According to IFC website, this is a Banking Advisory Services project in Sub-Sahara Africa is designed to enhance the Risk Management capacity for Financial Institutions through knowledge management and awareness-raising webinars, diagnostics and competency assessments, and customized in-depth advisory.
IFC launched a Fast Track COVID-19 Financing Facility. Complementing this facility with Risk Management Advisory Services focused on strengthening Financial Institutions capabilities to build resiliency to shocks of this nature will provide added benefits. The project seeks to build the capacity of IFC clients and other Financial Institutions in risk management including financial stress testing and enhancing their resiliency in the face of the adverse effects of COVID-19 and any such related financial market shocks.
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