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EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Consultancy firm to provide consultancy services on digital financial services and digital financial inclusion challenges and opportunities in Africa – OFSD – 10 2015

 | Published October 8, 2015
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1 EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY FIRMS Brief Description of the assignment: Firm to Provide Consultancy Services on Digital Financial Services and Digital Financial Inclusion Challenges and Opportunities in Africa Division making the request: Financial Institutions Division (OFSD.1) of the Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD) of the African Development Bank (“the Bank”) Place of assignment: Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire Period of assignment: November 2015 to February 2016 Expected start date of the assignment: November 2015 Last date for expressing interest: 30 October 2015 Expression of interest to be submitted to: c.otonglo@afdb.org; s.sekioua@afdb.org (the “Task Managers”) Any questions/clarifications to be addressed to the Task Managers Terms of reference for “Consultancy Firm to Provide Consultancy Services on Digital Financial Services and Digital Financial Inclusion Challenges and Opportunities in Africa” Further details are as below. 1. Introduction and Background Digital financial services, including those involving the use of mobile phones, have now been launched in many parts of the world, with some reaching significant scale. As a result, millions of formerly excluded and underserved poor populations are moving from exclusively cash-based transactions to formal services – payments, transfers, savings, credit and insurance – using mobile phones or other digital technology to access these services. Digital financial services also have an important role to play for small businesses. They not only provide them with access to financing but also to electronic payment systems, secure financial products and a chance to build a financial history. Essentially, digital financial services and new technologies offer great potential to overcome massive development challenges and can make a significant contribution toward the Bank achieving the goal of new universal access to financial services in Africa. In this regard, the Bank is considering establishing a digital financial inclusion fund aimed at providing support to the key players in the digital financial inclusion space to promote and scale up the digital access to and use of formal financial services by excluded and underserved populations. To this end, OFSD.1 is seeking to recruit a Digital Financial Services Consultancy Firm to support the project team in specific activities related to the establishment of the fund, as outlined below. 2 2. Objective and Activities of the Assignment Under the overall guidance of the Manager of OFSD.1 and the direct supervision of the Task Managers in charge of the establishment of the fund, the Consultancy Firm will be required to perform the following tasks: (i) Undertake a detailed market feasibility study to: a) Assess the state of the provision of digital financial services in selected countries, which will be defined by the Task Managers (hereinafter “the selected countries”); b) Assess the scale of the demand for digital financial services; c) Determine the nature of the obstacles, if any, which prevent digital financial services from reaching significant scale. This review should also include an assessment of the state of the existing payment market infrastructures that would be required for the scaling up of digital financial services to the underserved and poor populations; d) Assess the depth and breadth of existing policies, laws and regulations governing digital financial services in the selected countries. Also, assess the role that central banks and governments can play in promoting digital financial services as regulators; and e) Examine lessons learnt in the provision of digital financial services in countries where these services have been successfully implemented and have reached significant scale. The examination should focus on the regulatory reforms that have been undertaken, the roles played by the different stakeholders, including the banks and governments, and the roles played by external players such as the international development finance institutions and the donor community. (ii) On the basis of the above assessments, analyze potential opportunities and interventions in the selected markets for consideration and inclusion in the pipeline of the fund. The pipeline should include strong and viable potential projects with public and/or private sector entities for consideration of support, including through technical assistance and debt financing; (iii) Provide general advisory services to the Bank on matters related to digital finance; and (iv) Support the Task Managers in preparation of various internal documents necessary for the establishment of the proposed fund as well as performing activities related to the internal review process that appertains to the establishment. 3. Required Qualifications and Experience a) Solid and proven understanding of digital finance including hardware, software, products, systems, platforms, players and other relevant aspects of digital finance; b) Solid and proven knowledge of policies, laws and regulations governing digital financial services as well as global and regional best practices in the field; 3 c) Solid knowledge of banking and the operations of financial intermediaries; d) Knowledge of the African continent; e) Experience in working with international development finance institutions and governments particularly in the area of digital finance; and f) Proven track-record and ability to deliver measurable outputs in a timely manner. 4. Duration of the Assignment The overall duration of the consultancy will be four months, commencing in November 2015, with the specific full time and part time aspects to be confirmed at the start of the assignment. Depending on specific tasks being handled at various junctures, the assignment may require full time presence in the Bank’s offices in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, for specific days. Several tasks are expected to be performed remotely from the Consultancy Firm’s location. Field travel will be required. 5. Remuneration for the Assignment The payment schedule and the conditions for the consultancy will be negotiated with the recruiting division. The Bank will cover relevant travel costs in line with its rules and as authorized by the Bank in connection with the contract.

EOI - Côte d’Ivoire - Financial Sector Development Consultant -OFSD - 05 2015

 | Published May 28, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire Financial Sector Development Department - OFSD E-mail: s.nalletamby@afdb.org Telephone: +225 2026 3953 1. The African Development Bank seeks expressions of interest from suitably qualified individual consultants to provide strategic and operations support to the Directorate of the Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD). 2. Following the approval of the Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy (2014 – 2019) and the establishment of the OFSD, the demand for financial sector interventions in the Bank’s Regional Member Countries (RMC’s) are increasing, as are the expectations of tangible outcomes from the Bank’s operations in the financial sector. In light of the above, OFSD requires the services of a Consultant to support the Directorate’s activities in the implementation of its strategy. The services to be provided under the Assignment include:  Play a leading role in the day to day management of the OFSD Front Office, ensuring its smooth functioning as well as monitoring the annual work program and budget;  Assist the Director, OFSD in project management and coordination of special assignments and initiatives;  Provide strategic and analytical input as well as drafting support on key proposals requiring OFSD’s contribution;  Collate and consolidate inputs from OFSD divisions on specific matters as requested by the Director;  Assist OFSD management in coordinating with development partners, developing innovative approaches and instruments;  Maintain the technical quality control of correspondence emanating from OFSD;  Ad hoc requests from the Director, OFSD. 3. The Financial Sector Development Department hereby invites suitably qualified individual consultants with a minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience and a Masters’ degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance or related fields to indicate their interest in providing the above- described services. The Consultant is expected to possess a solid grasp of development financing issues as well as excellent drafting and verbal communication skills in English and/or French, with a good working knowledge of the other language. Familiarity with the Bank’s operations is essential. Interested Consultants are required to provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (CV, experience in similar assignments, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants under projects financed by the Bank Group, May 2008 Edition, revised on July 2012 available on the Bank Website at http://www.afdb.org. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist. 5. This assignment will have an initial duration of 12 months, renewable for up to 24 months upon successful completion of the assigned tasks. The position will be based in Abidjan. The estimated starting date is June 22, 2015. 6. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 0900hrs to 1700hrs. 7. Expressions of interest must be received either electronically by e-mail or by mail at the address below no later than June 5, 2015 at 1700hrs local time and specifically mentioning “Financial Sector Development Consultant”. For the attention of: Mr Stefan Nalletamby OFSD, African Development Bank CCIA Towers, Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387 Plateau, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire E-mail: s.nalletamby@afdb.org Cc: Ms. Nawel Annabi OFSD, African Development Bank CCIA Towers, Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387 Plateau, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire E-mail: n.annabi@afdb.org TERMS OF REFERENCE – FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT - FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (OFSD) 1. BACKGROUND While the AfDB has been effectively contributing to the African Financial Sector during the past decades, its role has become even more crucial in helping RMCs navigate the ensuing complex financial sector development landscape going forward. In particular, RMCs face the challenges of developing vibrant private & public sectors supported by robust financial systems with developed capital markets providing adequate access to financial services. Following the approval of the Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy (2014 – 2019) and the establishment of the OFSD, the demand for financial sector interventions in the Bank’s Regional Member Countries (RMC’s) are increasing, as are the expectations of tangible outcomes from the Bank’s operations in the financial sector. In light of the above, OFSD requires the services of a Consultant to support the Directorate’s activities in the implementation of its strategy. The services to be provided under the Assignment include: 2. OBJECTIVE OF ASSIGNMENT The main objective of this assignment will be to support the Director, OFSD in operationalizing the department, prioritizing agendas and providing proactive assistance to deliver scheduled activities. 3. SCOPE OF SERVICES The consultant’s primary responsibilities will be to perform the following tasks: a) Play a leading role in the day to day management of the OFSD Front Office, ensuring its smooth functioning as well as monitoring the annual work program and budget; b) Assist the Director, OFSD in project management and coordination of special assignments and initiatives; c) Provide strategic and analytical input as well as drafting support on key proposals requiring OFSD’s contribution; d) Collate and consolidate inputs from OFSD divisions on specific matters as requested by the Director; e) Assist OFSD management in coordinating with development partners, developing innovative approaches and instruments; f) Maintain the technical quality control of correspondence emanating from OFSD; g) Ad hoc requests from the Director, OFSD. 4. REQUIRED QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE  The Consultant should have at least a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance or related fields with minimum of 5 years of relevant experience;  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated ability to work across institutional boundaries with various teams in a productive way;  Strong familiarity with the Bank’s operations;  Experience in coordination and facilitation of cooperation among multiple stakeholders in private, public and research sectors;  Demonstrated ability to multi-task and manage their time effectively to deal with multiple demands and deadlines.  Excellent computer skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.;  Communicate and write effectively in French and/or English, with a good working knowledge of the other language. 5. ACCOUNTABILITY & REPORTING The consultant will be housed in the OFSD and will report to Mr. Stefan Nalletamby, Director OFSD. 6. DURATION AND PAYMENT Duration: The consultant will be employed for 12 months, renewable for up to 24 months upon successful completion of the assigned tasks. The position will be based in Abidjan and the estimated starting date is June 22, 2015. Professional Fees and Reimbursable: The consultant will be paid a competitive monthly rate in accordance to Bank guidelines. Travel: All travel arrangements and payment shall be in accordance with the Bank’s Travel Policy (P.I 003/2000 as amended).

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Senior Advisor to support execution of financial inclusion division – OFSD – 09 2015

 | Published September 14, 2015
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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Brief Description of the assignment: Senior Advisor to Support Execution of Financial Inclusion Division. Department making the request: Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD) of the African Development Bank (“the Bank”) Place of assignment: Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire Period of assignment: October 2015 to October 2016 Expected start date of the assignment: 01 October 2015 Last date for expressing interest: 21 September 2015 Expression of interest to be submitted to: g.kyokunda@afdb.org; r.masumuko@afdb.org Any questions/ clarification Annex 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) Senior Advisor - Financial Inclusion Division 1- Introduction The Ten Year Strategy of the African Development Bank links entrepreneurship, investment and economic growth with the Bank’s goal of poverty alleviation and sustainable growth and recognizes that a sound and inclusive financial system is essential for these linkages to work. The Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy, which will be before the Board in October, has two primary objectives: increased access to financial services and increased private sector credit to key development segments and sectors. With respect to access, the strategy prioritizes digital solutions as the most promising approach to rapidly increasing financial inclusion. Financial inclusion in the Strategy encompasses all initiatives seeking to make formal financial services available, accessible and affordable to all segments of the population which requires: (1) regulation and supervision that balance IT-enabled innovation, enhanced competition through participation of business agents and facilitators, and protection of customers for a cheaper but secured solution to financial exclusion; (2) win-win partnerships among all stakeholders; and (3) a technically inter- operable platform for all kinds of mobile payment products and their cross-border services; and (4) the technical and financial resources that support the various members of the mobile payments ecosystem to scale up their product and service offerings. Financial Inclusion in most African countries is moving far too slowly for its potential development impact to be realized. Formal financial institutions, payment networks and even mobile service providers need to be supplemented by digital platforms and solutions that are cheap, simple, scalable and interoperable among them. Financial inclusion has in the last decade become an important topic in international development circles and to lesser extent in domestic retail banking regulation in many countries, including the regulation of retail payment systems. Too often the discussion surrounding inclusion essentially sees the failure to provide transaction services to largely excluded segments as a market failure. As such, there is a regulatory temptation to simply compel banks and payment providers to extend services at very low prices, for example, capping fees on current accounts or debit card usage. AfDB suggests that instead of emphasizing access to formal financial institutions and products inclusion efforts, associated metrics ought to focus on the nature of the services themselves and their core function in people's financial and social lives. This is ultimately what matters. Whether the traditional banking and payment systems are the optimal means of providing core services is an entirely different question. Essentially, people, especially poor people, should be able to, among other things:  Save and accumulate when they have income  Bridge gaps in income  Build equity  Pool resources to finance expenditures  Transmit financial value between themselves and those they purchase goods and services from  Pool and share resources to sustain accidents and hazards of life It is obvious that these basic functions provide substantial benefits to those with access to them. And, in fact, over history and across cultures, most of these activities have been carried out through institutions and business models (e.g. postal banks, building societies, mutual and civic savings banks, coops etc.) other than conventional commercial banks. Indeed, commercial banks in developed countries have only addressed the consumer mass market over the last few decades. Low returns when balanced against risk considerations can hinder the implementation of mobile payment platforms and projects across Africa. When essential financial infrastructure and customer affordability are taken into account, the public and private sector is often deterred from investing in financial inclusion due to the high level of perceived risks. This is even more of an issue in Africa where the higher costs and longer delays of doing business increase the risks of investing as compared to other regions. Accurate risk evaluations, mitigation, and forming the right partnerships with others who share a common vision of extending financial inclusion to the unbanked sector in Africa is therefore critical for mobilising private capital to invest in the creation of a viable and robust financial inclusion ecosystem in Africa. Engaging with financial sector regulators and other relevant stakeholders in the continent is also important to ensuring a smooth functioning in-country and cross border money transfer and mobile payments across Africa. Understanding and mitigating against the risks involved in the development of an effective payments solutions to deepen financial inclusion is critical to this effort. Against the background of a need for deepening financial inclusion in Africa, the African Development Bank (AfDB) wishes to recruit a Senior consultant in the Financial Sector Department (OFSD) to assist the Bank in addressing its need to increase and deepen financial inclusion in Africa, through investments in new technology and entrepreneurs and in mitigating against the risks identified that may negatively impact carrying out the OFSD business plan as it relates to deepening of financial inclusion in Africa. 1. Scope of Work/ Objectives The African Development Bank has recently set up the Financial Sector Development Department. The Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy, which will be considered by the Board in October 2015, has two primary objectives: increased access to financial services and increased private sector credit to key development segments and sectors. With respect to access, the strategy prioritizes digital solutions as the most promising approach to rapidly increasing financial inclusion. The attached Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy, forms an integral part of the terms of reference for the OFSD Division. The African Development Bank (AFDB) wishes to engage a senior consultant in the OSFD to assist in initiatives that will catalyse the deepening of financial inclusion in Africa, including development of new mechanism to increase access to financial services for the bottom of the pyramid including risk mitigation strategies that will ensure the smooth implementation of any such initiatives. This Senior Advisor’s contract will have an explicit pipeline, country dialogue and eventually transactional objective - to define, originate and support the execution of new initiatives, promote financial inclusion in African countries starting with a few selected countries in close collaboration with Regional Member Countries’ (RMCs) clients and policy stakeholders. The objective is for these innovative public market exercises not only to take full advantage of financial products and services developed by the Bank Group but to demonstrate innovation in providing efficient long-term financing alternatives for strategic investments relevant for economic transformation. The Senior Advisor shall perform highly specialized functions requiring minimum supervision and is expected to work with the Bank’s Financial Inclusion team to undertake a full range of duties related to the analysis, development, structuring, management and implementation of lending and non-lending activities to be performed by OFSD – Financial Inclusion Division to Regional Member Countries (RMCs). The strategic objectives at country level are: i) Achieve improved policy, legal and regulatory environment ii) Achieve improved financial sector infrastructure iii) More and better financial services for enterprises iv) More and better financial services for households and individuals Among other assignments, the Consultant will work on the following thematic areas:  Preparation and appraisal missions of financial Inclusion programs to develop projects in Africa;  Work related to Financial Inclusion Divisions’ Business Development;  Alignment of the above two functions with the Bank Policies and Strategies, namely;  Bank’s long term – Ten-Year Strategy (TYS)  Country Strategy Papers (CSPs)  Joint Assistant Strategy (JAS); Quality Assurance The Senior Advisor will initially focus on; i) Operational Duties:  Provide expert advice and support to the team in the Financial Inclusion Division to Originate and manage transactions. This involves, as part of a team, undertaking country dialogue missions, scoping and market assessment exercise, project identification and appraisal missions of both lending and non-lending programs. Undertaking the preliminary evaluation of project proposals to assess their feasibility for the Bank. This involves supporting the team that conducts the initial screening of project applications, carrying out of desk reviews, preparing preliminary evaluation notes for presentation to the Departmental Management Team; and the preparation of project appraisal reports for presentation to Management, the various Bank Review Committees and finally to the Board of Directors.  Conduct country assessment exercises  Work with the OFSD.2 team to coordinate with donors active in the sector  Support the team in developing concept note for resource mobilization from donors.  Evaluate new transactions, structure, negotiate, and, most importantly, close the transactions.  Develop innovative and appropriate financial structures for complex transactions.  Coordinate closely with social environmental, and technical assistance colleagues in order to add value to our clients’ businesses, find pragmatic solutions to the specific sector challenges, and achieve sustainable development impact.  Assist in integrity due diligence for potential clients.  Advising on developing new financial inclusion products.  Develop a strong pipeline of good quality investment projects for the Financial Inclusion Division. ii) Special Initiatives Project origination in several target countries to initiate dialogue with target governments to obtain buy-in to support the financial inclusion ecosystem. Activities:  Needs Definition: this includes market research and an in-depth market study to evaluate current gaps in the financial services ecosystem that hinder financial inclusion and to identify opportunities to scale-up financial inclusion.  Market Research is then presented to country stake holders who will identify Key focus areas to invest to further financial inclusion.  Based on this prioritized focus areas identified by the country stakeholders, a Country- specific Ecosystem Design is completed. This will serve as a map or “blueprint” to follow to ensure that all of the requirements are in place to realize the opportunities in financial inclusion identified by the local stakeholders. This will include the map of the needed ecosystem and a detailed description of each required role in the ecosystem, the related business model as well as technical and infrastructure requirements. A Country Funding Package: Funding recommendations will be made for entities identified as key ecosystem players amongst a range of funding options: equity, debt, technical assistance or grants. Overall, these funding recommendations will be made in concert with the explicit intent of “curating the expected outcome” so they ensure system-wide transformation (scale). This approach is entirely new but addresses a well-defined need to approach financial inclusion in a more holistic way. It starts with a clear definition of the problem, identifies a solution and then targets funding against that solution. This approach aims at the following objectives: o An ecosystem “blue print” to scale-up products and services for the underserved aligned with key stakeholders strategic areas of interest and core competencies; o Identification of a high potential portfolio of companies whose participation in the financial services ecosystem can create a positive, “chain reaction” that will accelerate market evolution; o Increase in the access to full suite of financial services, especially amongst the previously underserved and low income populations. o Increase in efficiency and decrease in cost to deliver government and other types of payments and financial services; and ultimately o Market- level transformation in financial inclusion that leads to inclusive growth. Outputs and deliverables Progress Reports are expected on a monthly basis on the following: i) Project Diagnostic which will cover the following: o Summary assessment of institutions to be associated with execution of the Project o Current state of financial inclusion in the country o The regulatory framework and polices that will promote financial inclusion including digital financial services. o Project concept note indicating possible intervention by the Bank ii) Progress reports on transaction preparation; 2- Qualifications and Experience The qualifications required for this assignment are the following: i. Minimum MA/M.Sc. degree in Finance, Business Administration, Economics or a closely related field; ii. Minimum of 20 years post qualification experience in the field of financial markets and/or banking specifically in transactions in structured finance. iii. Strong experience in emerging markets or in developing country context in both public and private sector lending and investing within the Africa Region in particular. iv. Specific familiarity with forming and maintaining partnerships with Governments, Donors, NGO, financial institutions, private sector support institutions and private sector investors would be an added advantage. v. Strong writing, documentation, and presentation skills, in one or more of the Bank’s working languages. vi. Experience in capacity building is desirable and would be an added advantage. 4. Duration of Assignment This assignment will be for an initial period of twelve (12) months deliverable in accordance with the schedules and time limits established under the contract.

EOI - Côte d’Ivoire - Individual Consultants - Fixed Income Analyst” within the African Financial Markets initiative

 | Published May 26, 2017
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EOI - Côte d’Ivoire - Individual Consultants - Fixed Income Analyst” within the African Financial Markets initiative

EOI - Côte d’Ivoire - Individual Consultants - IT Advisor - Financial Sector Development Department- PIFD

 | Published May 26, 2017
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EOI - Côte d’Ivoire - Individual Consultants - IT Advisor - Financial Sector Development Department- PIFD

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire- Consultant – Project Manager for the Financial Inclusion Division – OFSD – 06 2015

 | Published June 8, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK 01 BP 1387 Abidjan 01 Financial Sector Development Department Financial Inclusion Division 1. The African Development Bank hereby invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: Project Manager Financial Inclusion. 2. The services to be provided under the Assignment include: 1. Provide advisory support to the Financial Inclusion Division team as during the discussions to formulate partnerships with third parties as well as other private and public sector institutions that are interested in co-financing digital banking and payment system platforms along with software applications that can be deployed to offer digital payment solutions at a low cost in Africa with particular emphasis on the large under banked populations. 2. Assist OFSD.2 management in interacting with other development partners to develop innovative approaches and instruments toward financial inclusion in Africa. Contribute to developing annual work plans, project appraisal tools, logical frameworks, quarterly progress and financial reporting. 3. Coordinate the preparation of funding proposal documents and legal processing of agreement, procurement process, disbursements, and activities related to the Division’s investment portfolio. 4. Work closely with OFSD team of the ADB in appraising and structuring Financial Inclusion investments for public or private Borrowers who seek to develop and implement the digital payment platforms or other financial inclusion investments in the target countries. 5. Work with partners to bring together regulators and other stakeholders in the Financial Inclusion field to tackle the regulatory roadblocks to advancing financial inclusion across the continent. 6. Participate in knowledge sharing and learning activities on access and financial inclusion, and contribute to dissemination activities, conferences, workshops and learning programs 7. Perform any other relevant tasks in the activities of the Department as directed by the Division Manager and / or Senior Management. Qualification and Experience The qualifications required for this assignment are the following:  A minimum of Master’s degree or equivalent in business, development finance, or other relevant discipline required. Meaningful experience in project management and knowledge of economic development issues in African countries.  At least 6 years of relevant working experience, in the field of financial services and systems development, or a related field.  Strong experience in emerging markets or in developing country context in sovereign and non-sovereign lending and investing with the Africa Region in particular and experience with structuring financial and mobile payment solutions projects.  Experience managing a donor-funded program, including project set-up, implementation, pipeline and portfolio management, monitoring, evaluation and completion.  Specific familiarity with forming and maintaining partnerships with financial institutions, network service providers and private sector investors with frequent Board interactions would also be an added advantage.  Knowledge of the Africa Development Bank’s procurement and disbursement rules and procedures, project information management systems, and operational policies.  Results focused and effective, work under time pressure with high degree of accuracy and with a strong capacity to produce high-quality work.  Demonstrate initiative, monitor issues and tasks, to meet deadlines and priorities.  Communicate effectively, written and oral in English and/or French.  Experience in capacity building is desirable and would be an added advantage;  Strong analytical, coordination and organizational skills with capacity to work as part of a team in a multicultural environment.  Strong computer skills and competence in the use of Bank software: Word, Excel and PowerPoint and SAP/Trust Fund Management System. 3. The Financial Inclusion Division of the Financial Sector Development Department invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested Consultants shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (documents, reference to similar services, experience in similar assignments, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist. 5. The estimated duration of services is 12 months and the estimated starting date is August 2015. 6. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 8 am – 5 pm GMT. 7. Expressions of interest must be received at the address below no later than June 25, 2015 at 12:00 pm local time and specifically mentioning: Consultant – Project Manager for the Financial Inclusion Division. For the attention of: Mr. Robert Masumbuko African Development Bank Financial Sector Development Department Financial Inclusion Division (OFSD.2) Zip Code: …01 BP 1387 Abidjan 01………………………… Town: ……Abidjan ……………………………… Country: ……Cote d’Ivoire ……………………………… Tel: ………+225 20 26 26 06......…………………………. Fax: ……………........………………….. E-mail: ……r.masumbuko@afdb.org ………….. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SHORT LIST 8. A shortlist of three to six individual consultants will be established at the end the request of expressions of interest. The consultants on the shortlist will be judged on the following criteria on the basis of their updated resume. Level of education in general 20% Educational level compared to the field of mission 20% Years of experience in general 20% Number of years of experience relevant to the mission 40%

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Financial Sector Strategy & Policy Consultant – OFSD – 06 2015

 | Published June 5, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire Financial Sector Development Department - OFSD E-mail: s.nalletamby@afdb.org Telephone: +225 2026 3953 1. The African Development Bank seeks expressions of interest from suitably qualified individual consultants to provide strategy and policy support to the Directorate of the Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD). 2. Following the approval of the Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy (2014 – 2019) and the establishment of the OFSD, the demand for financial sector interventions in the Bank’s Regional Member Countries (RMC’s) are increasing, as are the expectations of tangible outcomes from the Bank’s operations in the financial sector. In light of the above, OFSD requires the services of a Consultant to support the Directorate’s activities with regards to financial sector policy articulation and implementation. The services to be provided under the Assignment include:  Provide strategy and policy support to the Director;  Provide analytical input and drafting support for the preparation of OFSD’s medium term indicative work programme;  Assist in the design and implementation of strategies to support resource mobilization with partners, donors and other financing sources for OFSDs work programme.  Support country and regional integration teams in developing or updating Country Strategy Papers (CSPs) and Regional Integration Strategy Paper (RISPs) in line with the Bank’s Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy.  Prepare policy papers, briefs and technical notes, as requested by the Director, OFSD.  Ad hoc requests from the Director, OFSD. 3. The Financial Sector Development Department hereby invites suitably qualified individual consultants with a minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience and a Masters’ degree in Finance, Development Finance, Financial Economics or related fields to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. The Consultant is expected to possess a solid grasp of financial sector development policy issues as well as excellent drafting and verbal communication skills in English and/or French. Familiarity with the Bank’s operations is essential. Interested Consultants are required to provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (CV, experience in similar assignments, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist. 5. This assignment will have an initial duration of 12 months, renewable for up to 24 months upon successful completion of the assigned tasks. The position will be based in Abidjan. The estimated starting date is July 22, 2015. 6. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 0900hrs to 1700hrs. 7. Expressions of interest must be received either electronically by e-mail or by mail at the address below no later than June 17, 2015 at 1700hrs local time and specifically mentioning “Financial Sector Strategy & Policy Consultant”. For the attention of: Mr Stefan Nalletamby OFSD, African Development Bank CCIA Towers, Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387 Plateau, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire E-mail: s.nalletamby@afdb.org Cc: Ms. Nawel Annabi OFSD, African Development Bank CCIA Towers, Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387 Plateau, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire E-mail: n.annabi@afdb.org TERMS OF REFERENCE – CONSULTANT PROVIDING STRATEGY & POLICY SUPPORT TO THE FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 1. BACKGROUND Following the Bank’s 2013-2022 strategy that aims at Inclusive and Green Growth, the Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD) of the African Development Bank (AfDB) has been established as a dedicated department. OFSD’s mandate is to help Regional Member Countries (RMCs) improve access to financial services by the underserved and to broaden and deepen the continent’s financial systems. While the AfDB has been effectively contributing to the African Financial Sector during the past decades, its role becomes even more crucial in helping RMCs navigate the ensuing complex financial sector development landscape going forward. In particular, RMCs face the challenges of developing vibrant private & public sectors supported by robust financial systems with developed capital markets providing adequate access to financial services. In light of the above, the AfDB’s Financial Sector Development Department is requiring the services of a Consultant to support its activities in the implementation of its strategy. 2. OBJECTIVE OF ASSIGNMENT The main objective of this assignment will be to support the Director, OFSD in financial sector policy articulation while provide analytical input into the design of strategies for executing the department’s work programme. 3. SCOPE OF SERVICES The consultant’s primary responsibilities will be to perform the following tasks: a) Provide strategy and policy support to the Director; b) Provide analytical input and drafting support for the preparation of OFSD’s medium term indicative work programme; c) Assist in the design and implementation of strategies to support resource mobilization with partners, donors and other financing sources for OFSDs work programme. d) Support country and regional integration teams in developing or updating Country Strategy Papers (CSPs) and Regional Integration Strategy Paper (RISPs) in line with the Bank’s Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy. e) Prepare policy papers, briefs and technical notes, as requested by the Director, OFSD. f) Ad hoc requests from the Director, OFSD. 4. REQUIRED QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE  The Consultant should have at least a Master’s Degree in Finance, Financial Economics, Development Finance or related fields with minimum of 5 years of relevant experience;  Knowledge of policies, procedures and practices in international finance institutions;  Excellent analytical and drafting skills and demonstrated ability to communicate ideas effectively;  Proven ability to identify and articulate policy issues, trade-offs and priorities to provide sound advice.  Experience in coordination and facilitation of cooperation among multiple stakeholders in private, public and research sectors;  Private sector experience in investment appraisal or financial sector is an advantage;  Excellent computer skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.;  Communicate and write effectively in English and/or French. 5. ACCOUNTABILITY & REPORTING The consultant will be housed in the OFSD and will report to Mr. Stefan Nalletamby, Director OFSD. 6. DURATION AND PAYMENT Duration: The services of the Consultant will be employed for 12 months, renewable for up to 24 months upon successful completion of the assigned tasks. The position will be based in Abidjan and the estimated starting date is July 22, 2015. Professional Fees and Reimbursables: The consultant will be paid a competitive monthly rate in accordance to Bank guidelines. Travel: All travel arrangements and payment shall be in accordance with the Bank’s Travel Policy (P.I 003/2000 as amended). Leave days: The consultant will be entitled to 2 days of leave per month of the assignment.

EOI - Côte d'Ivoire - Individual Consultant - Financial Markets Expert to provide transactional support to the Division’s growing activities – 06 2015

 | Published June 23, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (Individual Consultant) African Development Bank Group (AfDB) Financial Markets Division Immeuble du Centre de commerce International d’Abidjan, CCIA Avenue Jean-Paul II - 01 BP 1387, Abidjan 01, Côte d'Ivoire The Financial Markets Division of the Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD) of the African Development Bank will require the Services of a Financial Markets Expert (hereinafter “the Consultant”) to provide transactional support to the Division’s growing activities. The proposed assignment is for an estimated period of 1 year renewable subject to a satisfactory review. 1. Background 1.1. Over the last decade, AfDB has been one of the main contributors to the Financial Sector Development (FSD) agenda in Africa, using a mix of resources and instruments. However, its role becomes even more crucial as to help Regional Member Countries (RMCs) navigate the ensuing complex financial sector development landscape going forward. In particular RMCs face the challenge of developing vibrant private & public sector, robust financial system with developed capital markets and, adequate access to financial services. 1.2. The Long Term Ten-Year Strategy (2013-2022) of the Bank provides a new vision of how the Bank will build on its solid achievement to better support Africa’s transformation at a time of great change and promise. The Financial Sector Development Policy and Strategy, which was approved by the Board in October 2014, has two primary objectives: increased access to financial services and increased private sector credit to key development segments and sectors both long term and short term credit. 1.3. The Financial Sector Department (OFSD) comprises: (i) Financial Inclusion; (ii) Financial Markets; (iii) Financial Institutions (iv) Trade Finance. 2. Objectives 2.1. Under the overall supervision and guidance of the Financial Markets Division Manager and direct supervision of the Task Manager in OFSD3, the Consultant will work with the Bank’s Financial Markets (OFSD3) team to undertake a full range of duties related to the development, management and implementation of lending and non-lending activities to be performed by OFSD – Financial Markets Division to Regional Member Countries (RMCs). 2.2. Among other assignments, the Consultant will work on the following thematic areas:  Assist in identification, preparatory and appraisal missions of financial markets institutions, their related infrastructure and products projects in Africa;  Alignment of the above two functions with the Bank Policies and Strategies, namely;  Bank’s long term – Ten-Year Strategy (TYS)  Country Strategy Papers (CSPs)  Joint Assistant Strategy (JAS);  Quality Assurance 3. Indicative Workstreams 3.1. Participate in project identification, preparation and appraisal missions for both lending and non-lending programs such as guarantee programs. 3.2. Undertake the preliminary evaluation of project proposals to assess their feasibility for financial assistance and/or technical support by the Bank. This involves the initial screening of project applications, carrying out of desk reviews, preparing preliminary evaluation notes for presentation to the Department Management Team to determine a project’s suitability for inclusion in the pipeline; and the preparation of project appraisal reports for presentation to the Department, the various review committees and finally to the Board of Directors. 3.3. Carry out country specific consultations with the Exchanges, Depositories, Regulators and Ministries of Finance of each of the four initiating countries and undertake a cost-benefit analysis of the linkage of the four Stock Exchanges; 3.4. Participate in partial credit guarantee projects in Cameroon and Cote d’Ivoire. 3.5. Participate in the Strategic Development Plan project for WAEMU’s Regional Financial Markets. 3.6. Participate in projects in North Africa 4. EOI Requirements 4.1. Interested consultants should have relevant experience in the Division’s areas of intervention as described above and the required language skills (English and French). Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (curriculum vitae, a cover letter, description of similar assignments, etc). 4.2. The submission of an EOI shall be treated as acceptance that this invitation does not constitute an offer of any kind, that this invitation does not create any sort of legal relations, and that the African Development Bank Group is under no obligation to make any commitment. 4.3. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. 4.4. Interested Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours: 09.00 to 17.00 local time. 4.5. Interested Consultant must submit EOIs by 17:00 local time before the 3rd of July 2015 to the address noted below. Submissions should quote “Financial Markets Expert” and should be submitted by an email with attached file(s) in PDF format may be sent to Mr. Cedric Mbeng Mezui c.mbengmezui@afdb.org and copy Mrs. Stella Kilonzo, Division Manager, s.kilonzo@afdb.org, by the same date and hour. Attn: Mr. Cedric Mbeng Mezui Financial Markets Division African Development Bank Immeuble du Centre de Commerce International d’Abidjan Avenue Jean-Paul II 01 BP 1387 Abidjan 01 Côte d’Ivoire Tel: + (225) 20 26 38 13 E-mail: c.mbengmezui@afdb.org CC : s.kilonzo@afdb.org

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Consultant to review of AfDB’s support to financial intermediaries in Africa – OFSD – 08 2015

 | Published August 21, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Financial Sector Development Department, African Development Bank Immeuble du Centre de Commerce International d’Abidjan CCIA Avenue Jean-Paul II 01 BP 1387 - Abidjan 01, Côte d'Ivoire Expressions of interest are being requested for an Individual Consultant Position Brief description of the Assignment: Review and action plan for AfDB’s support to financial intermediaries in Africa Department issuing the request: Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD) of the African Development Bank (“the Bank”) Place of assignment: Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire Duration of the assignment: Maximum of six (6) months Tentative Date of commencement: October 1st 2015 Deadline for applications: September 2nd 2015 Applications to be submitted to: Lilian Macharia (l.macharia@afdb.org) and Laura French (l.french@afdb.org) Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to: Lilian Macharia (l.macharia@afdb.org) and Laura French (l.french@afdb.org) Further details as below TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONSULTANT TO REVIEW OF AFDB’S SUPPORT TO FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES IN AFRICA 1. Introduction / background The Financial Sector Development Department (OFSD) of the African Development Bank is in the process of reviewing its operations and approach towards supporting Financial Intermediaries on the African continent. In this regard, the Department is seeking to recruit a consultant to support the project team in specific activities and outputs as outlined below. 2. Objective and activities of the Assignment Under the overall guidance of the Manager – Financial Institutions Division (OFSD.1) and under the immediate supervision of the Task Managers, the consultant will be required to perform the following tasks: a) Conduct a review of the AfDB’s Financial institutions portfolio(under private sector lending)1 over the last 7-8 years and: 1 This will include lending to financial institutions formerly processed by private sector department as well as currently under financial sector department) that are guaranteed by governments i) Assess the nature and distribution of its support by instrument, geography and income/fragility status of host country; ii) Assess and quantify the proportion and quantum of the contribution of the FI portfolio to the Bank’s net income on an annual and consolidated basis; and, iii) Compare the performance of the FI portfolio to other private sector lending divisions in terms average risk rating, default events and proportion of income per unit of risk capital consumed b) Conduct a survey of sample representative countries to:  Identify level of development and structure of financial sector in Bank RMCs  Identify financing/liquidity structure of the sector and challenges impacting FIs ability to provide support to priority sectors (including Bank priority sectors).  Assess the gaps/opportunities, potential role that the Bank could play as well as the nature of support that financial sector in the sample countries could benefit from AfDB by target sector, turn-around time, instruments, etc. c) Conduct a survey of sample representative institutions to:  Identify awareness of Bank support among target FIs  Identify challenges facing target FIs in accessing Bank support.  Assess the nature of support that FIs in the African continent expect/require of AfDB  Identify opportunities as well as gaps between the current offering of the Bank to target FIs and the demanded support from target FIs e.g. by target sector, turn-around time, instruments, etc. d) Provide a detailed report analyzing the above information as well as providing different options/recommendations for the Bank to address the identified opportunities/gaps/challenges in various RMC contexts. As much as feasible, this information will need to be disaggregated by instrument, tenor, currency and process (speed of processing, revolving or once off facilities) as well as type of FIs e.g. insurance, microfinance, national/regional DFI. Potential resource implications should also be indicated. e) Assist management in preparing and presenting this information to various stakeholders internally including Senior management and Board as may be necessary f) Perform other tasks relevant to the assignment as may be required from time to time by management. 3. Management/supervision of the consultancy The Consultant will work under the overall guidance of the Managers of OFSD.1 and the immediate supervision of the Task Manager(s) for this undertaking. Under the guidance of the supervisors, (S)he will also work collaboratively with a junior consultant hired by the Bank on a related assignment to provide a consolidated final product. 4. Duration of the Assignment The consultant will work on a fulltime basis for a period of six months from October 2015. 5. Required Qualifications and Experience a) At least a Masters’ degree in Economics, Banking, Finance, or related field. b) Solid understanding of the Africa financial sector, instruments and Landscape/context. c) A minimum of 10 years of relevant professional and operational experience working with financial intermediaries in an advisory/transactional capacity, especially banking is a must. Previous experience in supporting Financial Intermediaries in a multilateral institution and in several geographic regionals in Africa a distinct advantage d) Excellent writing and presentation skills. e) Demonstrated capacity to work in a team, to deliver outputs in a timely manner f) Fluency in English or French - working knowledge of the other is an advantage. g) Competent in the use of Bank standard software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and web tools). h) Be a national of one of the member countries of the Bank. 6. Remuneration for the Assignment The Consultant will be hired for a period of six (6) months and paid a lump sum per month following the schedule and conditions to be negotiated with the recruiting unit. The consultancy will take place in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire and requires regular full time presence in the Bank’s offices. Field missions may occasionally be required. The consultant will be granted 2 days of leave per month, or 12 days cumulative for the duration of the assignment. The Bank will cover travel costs in line with its rules and as authorized by the Bank in connection with the contract.

EOI - Côte d’Ivoire - consultant services for financial innovation advisory to the OFSD director – 10 2015

 | Published October 5, 2015
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SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR FINANCIAL INNOVATION ADVISORY TO THE OFSD DIRECTOR) AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Financial Sector Development Department - OFSD 1. The African Development Bank seeks expressions of interest from suitably qualified individual consultants to assist the Director, OFSD in the definition and execution of new sector initiatives and innovative transactions. 2. As part of the Bank’s 2013-2022 strategy to foster Inclusive and Green Growth, the Financial Sector Development Department of the African Development Bank (AfDB) has been established. OFSD’s mandate is to help Regional Member Countries (RMCs) improve access to financial services for the underserved and to broaden and deepen the continent’s financial systems. OFSD plays a critical transversal role across the financial sector in Africa, working with private and public sector institutions as well as policy and regulatory authorities. Equally OFSD contributes to the Bank’s Ten Year Strategy and urgent advancement of AfDB’s continent-wide imperatives in power, agriculture, regional development, industrialization and inclusive socio-economic development. In light of the above, OFSD requires the services of a Consultant to define and drive forward a new generation of cross cutting initiatives and transactions. The services to be provided under the Assignment include:  Work with the Department Director to define high-impact transversal sector and transactional priorities for OFSD;  Contribute to the capacity and efficiency of the OFSD Front Office in support of the Department Director’s business development and innovation objectives;  Structure new transactions and develop new solutions;  Work with OFSD Division Managers to anchor these priorities in the annual departmental work plan, supported by appropriate intra-department KPI’s;  Define and direct execution strategies to translate these initiatives into actionable projects;  Engage and direct cross-Departmental teams to mobilize institutional support for these initiatives;  Articulate execution strategies and direct realization of these initiatives, ensuring institutional buy-in at all appropriate levels;  Provide strategy and policy support to the Director;  Ad hoc requests from the Director 3. The Financial Sector Development Department hereby invites suitably qualified individual consultants with a minimum of 15 years of relevant work experience and a Masters’ degree in Finance, Development Finance, Financial Economics or related fields to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. The Consultant is expected to possess significant experience in financial sector and capital markets project development, origination and execution as well as excellent drafting and verbal communication skills in English and/or French. Familiarity with the Bank’s operations is essential. Interested Consultants are required to provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (CV, experience in similar assignments, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants under projects financed by the Bank Group, May 2008 Edition, revised on July 2012 available on the Bank Website at http://www.afdb.org. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist. 5. This assignment will have an initial duration of 12 months, renewable for up to 24 months upon successful completion of the assigned tasks. The position will be based in Abidjan. The estimated starting date is November 9, 2015. 6. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 0900hrs to 1700hrs. 7. Expressions of interest must be received either electronically by e-mail or by mail at the address below no later than October 16, 2015 at 1700hrs local time and specifically mentioning “Financial Innovation Advisor to the OFSD Director”. For the attention of: Mr. Stefan Nalletamby OFSD, African Development Bank CCIA Towers, Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387 Plateau, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire E-mail: s.nalletamby@afdb.org Ms. Jessica Clark OFSD, African Development Bank CCIA Towers, Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387 Plateau, Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire E-mail: c.clark@afdb.org

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Business Development Consultant to provide business development support to the African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) – OFSD

 | Published March 16, 2016
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EOI - Côte d’Ivoire - Audit of financial management and post-review of procurement of projects funded by the African Water Facility – AWF - 03 2015

 | Published March 31, 2015
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1 CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST AFRICAN WATER FACILITY Audit of financial management and post-review of procurement of projects funded by the African Water Facility 1. According to Articles 8.2 and 8.3 of its Operational Procedures, the African Water Facility (AWF) is mandated to recruit an external auditor responsible for conducting a post-review of receipts and expenditures, as well as an examination of all projects that have been funded. Therefore, the AWF intends to use part of its resources to fund the following services for a period of one year. 2. The services required are: - Conducting audits of accounts and financial statements of the project to allow the auditors to give an opinion on the actual status of these financial statements as well as the project expenditures during the entire project duration. - Post-review of procurement under the projects to allow the auditors to evaluate and assess the compliance of the procurement procedures used by the projects, with the terms and conditions of the grant agreements, operational procedures of the AWF and the rules and procedures of the Bank. 3. This lot of the audits includes 6 national and multinational projects to be completed in English Speaking Western, African countries which require one mid-term or five final auditing. These projects are as follows: Lot 1-2014a: Anglophone Western Africa – 06 Projects Location of the Project Name of the Project (Cost of the project) Project Status 1 Gambia Support For National Water Sector Reform (€1,988,000) Final 2 Ghana Harvesting of Effluents and Nutrients to Support Sanitation Infrastructure (€498,000) Final 3 Ghana Re-optimisation of Operations of Akosombo and Kpong Dams (€1,830,500) Final 4 Ghana A Business Approach for Improved Sanitation in Ghana – Organic Fertilisers and Energy as Drivers (€1,084,500) Final 5 Multinational (Togo) Studies and Advisory Services for the Preparation of the Sogakope – Lomé Transboundary Drinking Water Supply Project (€1,405,000) Mid-term 6 Egypt Monitoring and evaluation of water and sanitation MDGs in North Africa – MEWINA (€1,912,000) Final 4. The AWF now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. Expression of interest should be by lot not individual projects. 5. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” [2009], which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. 2 6. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 8:00 to 12:00 a.m. and 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. local time in Cote d’Ivoire. 7. Expressions of interest, in English language must be submitted by electronic mail to j.ossete@afdb.org and copy to k.olatifede@afdb.org or delivered to the address below by 08 April 2015; 5 p.m. local time and clearly indicate "Financial Audit and post review of procurement of projects of the African Water Facility - Lot 1-2014a" on the subject line. Attn: African Water Facility African Development Bank Mr. Jean Michel Ossete, OIC Physical Address : Immeuble CCIA Abidjan Plateau, Avenue Jean-Paul II 01 BP 1387, Abidjan 01 Cote D’Ivoire Tel: +225 20 26 27 71 E-mail: j.ossete@afdb.org , with copy to: k.olatifede@afbd.org .

EOI - Ivory Coast - Individual Consultants - Specialist in New Information Technologies - Ivory Coast Department of Financial Sector Development (PIFD)

 | Published May 26, 2017
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EOI - Ivory Coast - Individual Consultants - Specialist in New Information Technologies - Ivory Coast Department of Financial Sector Development (PIFD)

EOI - Ivory Coast - Recruitment of four (4) individual consultants for the development of a multi-year financial deepening program of the CEMAC sub-region - OFSD - August 2015

 | Published August 20, 2015
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INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTS) GROUP AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Financial Markets Division of the International Building Trade Centre Abidjan, ICC Avenue Jean Paul II - 01 BP 1387 Abidjan 01, Cote d Ivory The Financial Markets Division of the African Development Bank (ADB) requires the services of four (4) individual consultants to assist the project manager for the development of The profiles sought are:  one (1) expert financial sector development which will serve as principal consultant and  three (3) industry experts including: o one (1) expert in the banking sector, where one (1) expert financial inclusion, and o one (1) expert financial systems and infrastructures. During the past decade, deploying various resources and instruments, ADB has been one of the Bank's strategy on the development of the 2014-2019 financial sector, is part of the ten-year strategy 2013-2022 Bank, and aims to: i) improving access to financial services for underserved populations, and ii) the broadening and deepening of African financial markets. The African Development Bank (ADB) hereby invites individual consultants to review the measures to encourage the deepening CEMAC financial sector should contribute to the measures must insist mainly on the following objectives: (i) the creation of a genuine regional debt market, (ii) strengthening the interbank market, (iii) improving the guarantee system and collateral, (iv) improving the financial infrastructure, including payment systems, (v) improvement of regional financial integration. The services provided under this mission include: (i) assessment of the financial sector in the CEMAC, in particular: the banking sector, the microfinance sector, the government securities market, the market for corporate emissions, share market, the investor base (pension funds and insurance companies), and infrastructure and financial system technology. (ii) active participation in consultations with stakeholders CEMAC financial sector including: BEAC, CEMAC, COBAC, BDEAC COSUMAF, BVMAC, DSX and Cameroon Financial Market Supervision Commission. (iii) formulation of program proposals in order to achieve the above objectives. (iv) Any other tasks required by the project manager in the project. The Financial Markets Division invites interested individual consultants to provide information indicating their technical capabilities to perform such services include: references concerning the execution of similar assignments, relevant previous experience in similar conditions, and any other additional information. A short list of individual consultants will be set for the mission at the end of the evaluation procedure of expressions of interest, in accordance with the Rules and Procedures for ADB Individual consultants retained on the restricted list will later, if necessary, a Request Proposal. The duration for the completion of the mission is three to six months. Interested individual consultants are requested to submit their expression of interest by email Cedric Mbeng Mezui c.mbengmezui@afdb.org with a copy Stella Kilonzo, Head of Division, s.kilonzo@afdb.org during the opening hours Interest of events must be submitted no later than 11 September 2015 at 17h hour Abidjan and expressly marked "Project CEMAC / Recruitment of an Expert [the financial development of the banking sector OR OR of financial inclusion OR financial systems and infrastructure]. " Interested individual consultants may obtain further information, during working days and hours, to the address below. Thank you note that any expressions of interest of an individual consultant does not result in an obligation of the Bank to include in the shortlist. Attention: Ms Stella Kilonzo Group of the African Development Bank Head of Financial Markets Division of the International Building Trade Centre Abidjan, ICC Tel: + (225) 20 26 38 13 E-mail: c.mbengmezui afdb.org @ CC: s.kilonzo@afdb.org

Côte D'Ivoire EOI- - OFSD Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program - West and Central Regions - June 2015

 | Published June 1, 2015
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NOTICE FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Development Department of the financial sector - OFSD 1387, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire Capital Markets Division of the Department of Financial Sector Development (OFSD) of the African Development Bank will seek services of a Consultant as: Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program. The services of a Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program are required to assist the Division in the preparation and evaluation of a number of projects / programs in Western and Central Regions including Guinea, Cameroon, Congo and the Economic and Monetary Union of West Africa (UEMOA). These projects and programs focus entirely or partially on aspects particular to: (i) strengthening governance and deepening the financial sector (banks, microfinance, financial markets, insurance and pension) and (ii) strengthening capacity of institutions and market participants. The Consultant will work under the direct supervision of the Team Leader of projects / programs concerned and under the authority of the Division Chief of Capital Markets (OFSD.3). He / She will have to assume, for each of the projects and programs, and in close collaboration with the team of the project / program, the following main tasks and responsibilities:  attending meetings of preparation and evaluation;  the formulation of projects / programs;  developing the concept note and project evaluation report for the projects / programs being formulated;  participation in the process of internal review of the concept note of projects and evaluation reports through its participation in the review meetings and its contribution to the revision of the concept note and project evaluation after reporting to different journals ;  any other duties in connection with projects or concerned and considered useful by the Bank programs;  any other specific tasks requested by the Head of Capital Market Division (OFSD.3), in conjunction with the needs and objectives of the Department. He / she will have a perfect command of French and an adequate knowledge of English The Capital Markets Division of the African Development Bank invites Individual Consultants to express their interest for provision of services Individual consultants are interested required to provide the information on their capability and experience indicating that they are qualified to fully accomplish the required services (CV, description of similar assignments, have the necessary skills, etc ....). Eligibility criteria: the establishment of the shortlist and the selection process will be conducted in accordance with the "Rules and Procedures for the use of The Bank has no obligation to take on the shortlist a consultant who has expressed interest . The duration of the mission is estimated at six (6) months and the start of the mission is scheduled for 1 July 2015. Individual Consultants interested may obtain further information at the address below during the following hours: 09h to 17h (GMT Time). Expressions of interest must be submitted to the address below on or before June 8, 2015 at 18:00 (GMT Time) with "OFSD Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program - West Regions and center." Attention: Ms Stella Kilonzo, Chief, Division of capital markets - Development Department of the Financial Sector - 1387 African Bank, Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Phone: +225 2026 3953 E-mail: s.kilonzo@afdb.org and e.diarra@afdb.org with a copy to c.clark@afdb.org and n.annabi@afdb.org

EOI- Ivory Coast - OFSD Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program - North Region - June 2015

 | Published June 1, 2015
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NOTICE FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Development Department of the financial sector - OFSD 1387, Abidjan, Ivory Coast Phone: +225 2026 3953 Capital Markets Division of the Department of Financial Sector Development (OFSD) of the African Development Bank will seek the services of a Consultant as: Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program. The services of a Financial Economist, Expert in project evaluation and program are required to assist the Division in the preparation and evaluation of a number of projects / programs in the northern region including Morocco and Tunisia. These projects and programs focus entirely or partially on aspects particular to: (i) strengthening governance and deepening the financial sector (banks, microfinance, financial markets, insurance and pensions) and (ii) strengthening capacity of institutions and market participants. The Consultant will work under the direct supervision of the Team Leader of projects / programs concerned and under the authority of the Division Chief of Capital Markets (OFSD.3). He / She will have to assume, for each of the projects and programs, and in close collaboration with the team of the project / program, the following main tasks and responsibilities:  attending meetings of preparation and evaluation;  the formulation of projects / programs;  developing the concept note and project evaluation report for the projects / programs being formulated;  development project completion report for projects / Closing ongoing programs;  participation in the process of internal review of the concept note of projects and evaluation reports as well as completion reports through its participation in the review meetings and its contribution to the revision of the concept note of projects and reports evaluation as well as project completion reports following the various reviews;  any other duties in connection with projects or concerned and considered useful by the Bank programs;  any other specific tasks requested by the Head of Capital Market Division (OFSD.3), in conjunction with the needs and objectives of the Department. He / she will have a perfect command of French and an adequate knowledge of English The Capital Markets Division of the African Development Bank invites Individual Consultants to express their interest for provision of services Individual consultants are interested required to provide the information on their capability and experience indicating that they are qualified to fully accomplish the required services (CV, description of similar assignments, have the necessary skills, etc ....). Eligibility criteria: the establishment of the shortlist and the selection process will be conducted in accordance with the "Rules and Procedures for the use of The Bank has no obligation to take on the shortlist a consultant who has expressed interest . The duration of the mission is estimated at six (6) months and the start of the mission is scheduled for 1 July 2015. Individual Consultants interested may obtain further information at the address below during the following hours: 09h to 17h (GMT Time). Expressions of interest must be submitted to the address below on or before June 8, 2015 at 18:00 (GMT Time) with "OFSD Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program - North Region". Attention: Ms Stella Kilonzo, Chief, Division of capital markets - Development Department of the Financial Sector - 1387 African Bank, Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Phone: +225 2026 3953 E-mail: s.kilonzo@afdb.org and e.diarra@afdb.org with a copy to c.clark@afdb.org and n.annabi@afdb.org

EOI - Ivory Coast - Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program - OFSD - July 2015

 | Published July 3, 2015
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NOTICE FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Development Department of the financial sector - OFSD 1387, Abidjan, Ivory Coast Phone: +225 2026 3953 Capital Markets Division of the Department of Financial Sector Development (OFSD) of the African Development Bank will seek the services of a Consultant as: Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program. The services of a Financial Economist, Expert in project evaluation and program are required to assist the Division in the preparation and evaluation of a number of projects / programs in the northern region including Morocco and Tunisia. These projects and programs focus entirely or partially on aspects particular to: (i) strengthening governance and deepening the financial sector (banks, microfinance, financial markets, insurance and pensions) and (ii) strengthening capacity of institutions and market participants. The Consultant will work under the direct supervision of the Team Leader of projects / programs concerned and under the authority of the Division Chief of Capital Markets (OFSD.3). He / She will have to assume, for each of the projects and programs, and in close collaboration with the team of the project / program, the following main tasks and responsibilities:  attending meetings of preparation and evaluation;  the formulation of projects / programs;  developing the concept note and project evaluation report for the projects / programs being formulated;  development project completion report for projects / Closing ongoing programs;  participation in the process of internal review of the concept note of projects and evaluation reports as well as completion reports through its participation in the review meetings and its contribution to the revision of the concept note of projects and reports evaluation as well as project completion reports following the various reviews;  any other duties in connection with projects or concerned and considered useful by the Bank programs;  any other specific tasks requested by the Head of Capital Market Division (OFSD.3), in conjunction with the needs and objectives of the Department. He / she will have a perfect command of French and an adequate knowledge of English The Capital Markets Division of the African Development Bank invites Individual Interested consultants must provide information on their ability and experience showing that they are qualified to fully perform the required services (CV, description of similar assignments, have the necessary skills, etc ....). Eligibility criteria: the establishment of the shortlist and the selection process will be conducted in accordance with the "Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants", edition of The Bank has no obligation to take on the shortlist consultant who has expressed interest. The duration of the mission is estimated at six (6) months and the start of the mission is scheduled for August 1, 2015. The individual consultants interested may obtain further information at the address below during the following hours: 09h to 17h (GMT Time). Expressions of interest must be submitted to the address below no later than July 13, 2015 at 18:00 (GMT Time) with "OFSD Financial Economist Expert in project evaluation and program - North Region". Attention: Ms Stella Kilonzo, Head of Capital Markets Division -Department of Avenue Jean Paul II in January 1387, Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Phone: +225 2026 3953 E-mail: s.kilonzo@afdb.org and e.diarra@afdb.org with a copy to c.clark@afdb.org and n.annabi@afdb.org

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Elaboration d’un programme pluriannuel de développement du système financier d’une sous-région francophone - OFSD

 | Published February 22, 2016
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EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - Coordinator of the Making Finance Work for Africa (MFW4A) Secretariat – OFSD – 04 2015

 | Published April 23, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK “Permanent Address: Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire Financial Sector Development Department - OFSD Email: s.nalletamby@afdb.org Tel: (+225) 20 26 39 48 1. The African Development Bank (AfDB) hereby invites Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: Coordinator of the Making Finance Work for Africa (MFW4A) Secretariat. 2. The services to be provided under the Assignment include: The Coordinator will manage the MFW4A Secretariat and will be responsible for the leadership and strategic direction of the organization and full managerial oversight of the operational team. The Coordinator will provide leadership and vision, oversee MFW4A’s execution against its market development result expectations and ensure that the MFW4A Secretariat’s work remains of high quality, relevant and effective. Working closely with the MFW4A governance bodies1, the development partners, and the management of the AfDB Financial Sector Development Department, the Coordinator will ensure that MFW4A remains at the leading edge of the field and is strategically managed with innovative, yet attainable, goals and objectives. The Programme Coordinator will have the trust and confidence of a committed and active Executive Committee and Supervisory Committee, ensuring that the MFW4A’s three-year strategy framework, dynamic portfolio of initiatives, fundraising engagement, and visibility are optimized. The Coordinator’s main duties and responsibilities will include:  Provide vision and leadership for MFW4A going forward in order to catalyze innovative financial sector development;  Inspire and collaborate with MFW4A’s stakeholders, external partners, and other relevant market players in order to meet the challenge of scaling up and deepening financial sectors; proactively forge targeted, high impact relationships across relevant disciplines, regions, and actors;  Lead the implementation of the MFW4A’s 2015-2017 strategy, its related triennial work programme as well as a mid-term evaluation to assess the strategy’s impact on the ground and ensure its continued relevance and impact. Forge a vision and a strategy for MFW4A ahead of 2017;  Prepare and propose the Secretariat’s annual work plan and budget and set priorities and objectives on the basis of the approved work plan;  Work closely with MFW4A’s Supervisory Committee and with the management of the Financial Sector Department of the African Development Bank on strategic decisions, mission, governance, policy, and strategy;  Hire, manage and retain staff; motivate the MFW4A Secretariat team to deliver high quality results and meet the expectations of donor members and African’s partners;  Manage the MFW4A Secretariat’s financial performance, productivity, efficiency, and internal controls; ensure appropriate execution of work plan;  Guide resource mobilization efforts to ensure continued funding and resources for MFW4A’s mission and mandate.  Develop and implement a Monitoring and Evaluation system and promote joint performance indicators;  Serve as MFW4A’s principal spokesperson by clearly articulating its broad goals and objectives, and by acting as a strong enabling, but objective, voice on key issues related to financial sectors in Africa; 1 Supervisory Committee, Executive Committee, Advisory Council The Making Finance Work for Africa Partnership (MFW4A) was established by the G8 in the 2007 Heiligendamm Declaration. The objective of the Partnership is to facilitate a scale-up in support for financial sector development in Africa, overcome fragmentation and increase aid efficiency by addressing key constraints to efficient development partner support within country-owned development plans. The role of the Partnership stems from the recognition that advancing financial sector development in Africa requires collaboration between African Governments, development partners, the private sector and other stakeholders. MFW4A provides a platform for joint action, dissemination of ideas and coordination amongst donors and African financial sector stakeholders to address African priorities on financial sector development issues. Phase I (2008-2011), and Phase II (2012-2014) have established the MFW4A Partnership as a unique brand. MFW4A has become a key voice on financial sector development in Africa, and a lot of the interaction and sharing of knowledge and experiences in the field stems from the Partnerships’ initiatives. Having successfully established the Partnership and provided, in particular, excellent knowledge dissemination and advocacy services for a number of years, demand for additional services and support from development partners and stakeholders is increasing, as are their expectations of tangible outcomes in terms of joint initiatives. The aims of Phase III (2015-2017) of MFW4A are to:  Transform MFW4A from a partnership of development partners to a partnership between donors and stakeholders (stakeholders in this context meaning African financial sector stakeholders including financial service providers, professional associations, financial sector regulators, governments etc.);  Elevate the Partnership from its current position of a Knowledge Hub into an effective catalyst for positive change in the financial sector landscape, and  Ensure long term financial sustainability for the Partnership and the Secretariat A Secretariat supports the activities of the Partnership and is hosted by the African Development Bank (AfDB) in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. As facilitator of the Partnership, the Secretariat, headed by the Programme Coordinator, promotes closer cooperation among development partners and fosters exchanges amongst stakeholders. 3. The African Development Bank invites Individual Consultants, with a minimum of 10 years of relevant work experience, to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested Consultants shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to undertake this Assignment (documents, reference to similar services, experience in similar assignments, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include him/her in the shortlist. 5. The estimated duration of services is one (1) year, renewable upon successful completion of the assigned tasks. The position will be based within the headquarters of the African Development Bank in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. The estimated starting date is August 3, 2015. 6. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: from 09 AM to 05 PM. 7. Expressions of interest must be received, either electronically by e-mail or by mail at the address below no later than May 22th, 2015 at 05 PM local time, specifically mentioning “Coordinator of the Making Finance Work For Africa Secretariat”. For the attention of: Mr. Stefan NALLETAMBY African Development Bank OFSD / MFW4A Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387 Town: Abidjan Country: Côte d’ivoire E-mail: s.nalletamby@afdb.org Kindly copy Ms. Nawel Annabi in your correspondence African Development Bank OFSD / MFW4A Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387 Town: Abidjan Country: Côte d’ivoire E-mail: n.annabi@afdb.org

EOI – Côte d’Ivoire - MFW4A Training Courses – 06 2015

 | Published June 5, 2015
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[1] REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST “Permanent Address: Avenue Jean-Paul II, 01 B.P. 1387, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire Making Finance Work for Africa / OFSD Email: h.kamewe-tsafack@afdb.org / s.nalletamby@afdb.org Tel: (+225) 20 26 30 65 1. The Making Finance Work for Africa (MFW4A) hereby invites Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: Training courses in regulation and supervision for senior staff of central banks, non-bank regulatory authorities and Finance Ministries. The list of topics below is indicative and non-exhaustive. Topics: (i) Macroprudential Surveillance (ii) Cross-Border Banking Supervision; (iii) Crisis management and bank resolution, (iv) Risk Based Supervision, (v) Basel II & Basel III, (vi) payment systems regulation, (vii) e-money regulation, (viii) microfinance regulation and supervision, (ix) pension and insurance regulation and supervision, (x) securities markets regulation,(xi) Islamic finance regulation, etc. 2. The services to be provided under the Assignment include: - Designing and providing 3 to 5 days technical courses on the abovementioned list of topics (non-exhaustive) for senior staff of financial sector regulators and supervisors from various African countries; - Proposing training modules, and cost options associated with the possibilities of handling courses jointly/separately for Anglophone and Francophone staff; - Proposing additional training modules in financial sector regulation and supervision (complement above); and - Hiring a team of professional experts to deliver the trainings. 3. Interested eligible training centres, consulting firms or associations of consulting firms shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the services (documentation, references for similar services, experience in comparable Assignments, availability of qualified staff, etc.). 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with the Bank’s Rules and Procedure for the Use of Consultants under projects financed by the African Development Bank Group, May 2008 Edition, revised on July 2012 available on the Bank Website at http://www.afdb.org. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consulting Firm does not imply any obligation on the part of the Bank to include it in the shortlist. 5. Interested Consulting Firms may obtain further information at the address below during the Bank’s working hours: 8.30am – 6.00pm. 6. Expressions of interest must be received at the address below no later than June 30th, 2015 at 6pm local time and specifically mentioning MFW4A Training Courses. For the attention of: Mr. Hugues Kamewe Tsafack African Development Bank Making Finance Work for Africa P.O. Box: 01 BP 1387, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire Town: Abidjan Country: Ivory Coast Tel: + 225 20 26 30 65 E-mail : h.kamewe-tsafack@afdb.org / s.nalletamby@afdb.org [2] ABOUT MAKING FINANCE WORK FOR AFRICA The Making Finance Work for Africa (MFW4A) Partnership (www.mfw4a.org) is a G8 initiative dedicated to supporting the efforts of African countries to strengthen their financial sector by coordinating and facilitating financial sector development initiatives, promoting closer collaboration among development partners and fostering exchanges among African stakeholders. To support the activities of the Partnership, a Secretariat was established in 2008, and is hosted at the African Development Bank headquarters in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. The Secretariat works to advance the overall goal of the Partnership by:  Centralizing and disseminating financial sector knowledge;  Convening partners and facilitating dialogue and exchanges on financial sector thematic and challenges; and  Serving as a broker between supply and demand for financial sector assistance to help improve the coordination and efficiency of donor funding to Africa's financial sector.