A Framework for Regulating Microfinance Institutions: The Experience in Ghana and the Philippines
World Bank, Financial Sector Development Department, 2002 - Financial services industry - 36 pages
How does a country's legal and regulatory framework affect the sustainability of microfinance? Does a tiered approach to regulation help to integrate microfinance into the formal financial system? And are there lessons to be learned from the experience of Ghana and the Philippines with a tiered approach?
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