We wish to appoint a reputable firm or individual to conduct a deep-dive by use of case studies on our Risk, Remittances, Integrity (RRI) programme to illustrate and document some of the valuable experiences and lessons that have been gained through it. RRI commenced in 2016 and is being implemented by the Centre for Financial Regulation and Inclusion (Cenfri).
The programme’s vision is one of strengthened financial sectors in sub-Saharan Africa in support of growth and improved livelihoods. The focus is on the risk management role of the financial sector, including insurance and money laundering (ML) and financing of terrorism (FT) risk, as well as on remittances. The mission is to improve the capacity of national financial sectors to identify, price and manage risk, including ML and FT risk, and to develop markets for remittances, a number of which are being constrained due to ill-informed responses by both regulators and providers to perceived risks.
The consultant will be expected to use both the quantitative and qualitative data together with theory-based approaches for the case studies to map the evidence of impact on the theory of change. The exercise is expected to commence in December 2020 and will run for approximately 40 consulting days.
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Proposals should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 pm (EAT) on 4 December 2020 under a subject line reading ‘Invitation to tender: Risk Remittances Integrity Programme Case Studies.