Together with CREPMF, we are inviting qualified consultants or firms to submit their expressions of interest for the development and promotion of the regulatory framework required for the establishment of an Islamic capital market in West Africa Monetary Union (WAMU).
The scope of work may include:
• Establishing a diagnostic report following the market assessment
• Drafting an appropriate policy and regulatory framework for the establishment of an Islamic capital market
• Design and delivery of capacity building programmes, propose a roadmap to promote the new WAMU Islamic capital markets framework and market awareness-raising activities for financial sector regulators and market players.
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Questions or comments in respect of this request for Expressions of Interest should be directed to email@example.com on or before noon (EAT) on 17 August 2020, and responses will be shared online by 5 PM (EAT) on 24 August 2020.
Expressions of interest should be sent to FSD Africa at firstname.lastname@example.org under a subject line reading “Expression of interest: WAMU establishment and promotion of an Islamic capital market regulatory framework ” by 12:00 (EAT) on 31 August 2020.