Conseil Régional de l’Épargne Publique et des Marchés Financiers (CREPMF) is the West African Monetary Union (WAMU)’s Capital Market Authority created on 3rd July 1996 by a Convention signed between the Union Member States, at Dakar, Republic of Senegal. Its office is in Abidjan, Republic of Côte d’Ivoire.
CREPMF regulates the WAMU financial market, its participants, the investment products distributed via the market, and the financial information published by issuers.
In order to initiate the process of reforming the governance of CREPMF, in line with the New Development Priorities of the WAMU regional financial market (resulting from the merger of the regional financial market 2014-2021 Strategic Plan and the reforms approved in March 2016 by the Council of Ministers of the Union, at its session of September 27, 2019), CREPMF is considering the recruitment of a firm for the assessment of its institutional, organisational and operational capabilities of the regulatory authority.
The selection of the Consultant is part of FSD Africa’s technical assistance under the Africa Regulator Support Programme (ARSP) which CREPMF joined following the signing of a Cooperation Agreement on 16 September 2019 with FSD Africa.
This call for tenders, open on an equal basis to all Specialised Consultants (whether or not incorporated in one of the WAMU Member States), aims to assess the institutional, organisational and operational capacity of CREPMF as well as to support it in implementing recommendations.
For more information and details on how to apply, please download the terms of reference document (also available in French)
Proposals, in both French and English, should be sent by email to FSD Africa at firstname.lastname@example.org before 1500 EAT, by July 28, 2021, under a subject line reading “CREPMF Institutional, Organisational and Operational Capacity Assessment”.
Questions or comments in respect of the terms of reference should be directed by email to FSD Africa at email@example.com on or before, July 2nd, 2021 at 1200 EAT.