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Mali Financial Sector Assessment Program : The Microfinance Sector

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Abstract: While the microfinance sector is extensively used in Mali (about 1 million members often based in rural areas), the sector has experienced a major crisis for over six years. The clean-up of the microfinance remains the most pressing priority for the Malian authorities and the adoption of the emergency plan for the microfinance sector is a key milestone to cleaning up the sector. While the plan addresses the main issues (restructuring or liquidation not viable MFIs; depositors indemnization mechanism; consolidation of active MFIs; reform and strengthening of the national supervisory body), but the implementation remains very challenging in a context of fiscal tightening and donor’s reluctance to intervene. It is only the Government of Mali that can restore confidence in the sector, and only by undertaking the recommendations highlighted in the emergency plan. One of the most sensitive issues will be to manage the liquidation of a few important distressed institutions together with the indemnization of their depositors.
Type: Report
Economic & Sector Work
Economic & Sector Work :: Financial Sector Assessment Program
Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10986/24270
Subject: CREDIT MARKETS
WITHDRAWAL
SAVINGS SERVICES
DEPOSIT
FINANCIAL SERVICES
LIABILITY
NPL
EQUIPMENT
ECONOMIC GROWTH
ACCOUNTING
WAREHOUSE
DEPOSITS
EQUITY FINANCE
PEOPLE
AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK
LIQUIDATION
RURAL BORROWERS
TRAINING CENTRE
MERCHANTS
FINANCING
VILLAGE
MICRO-ENTERPRISES
INFORMATION SYSTEM
MICROFINANCE SECTOR
INTEREST
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
INTEREST RATE
EXCHANGE
LIQUIDITY
ENTREPRENEURS
BANK ACCOUNT
REVENUES
PORTFOLIO
RURAL CREDIT
OUTSTANDING CREDIT
CAPACITY BUILDING
LOAN
BORROWERS
SUBSIDY
CREDIT PORTFOLIO
SAVING
RESERVE
BANKRUPTCY
BENEFICIARIES
INFORMATION SYSTEMS
INFLATION
MFIS
OUTSTANDING DEPOSITS
MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS
CREDIBILITY
GOVERNANCE STANDARDS
BUDGET
CENTRAL BANK
SMALL FARMERS
ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES
CROP INSURANCE
LOAN PAYMENT
SAVINGS
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
EQUIPMENT PURCHASES
BENEFICIARY
FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
UNION
LIQUIDATIONS
FINANCES
GUARANTEE FUND
TRADING
DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS
PAYMENT
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
MARKETS
RETURN
FINANCIAL VIABILITY
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MICRO-ENTREPRENEURS
LOANS
ENTERPRISES
FARMERS
RESERVES
MONEYLENDERS
INVENTORY
FINANCIAL HEALTH
LEGAL FRAMEWORK
FINANCE
DONOR SUPPORT
INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
BANKING SECTOR
BANKS
DEPOSITORS
EQUITY
RURAL FINANCE
INVENTORY CREDIT
CAPITAL
BRANCH BANKING
INSURANCE PRODUCTS
FUTURE
BANK
CREDIT
MICROFINANCE LOANS
CAPITALIZATION
ACCESS TO SAVINGS
RISK EXPOSURE
EXTERNAL FUNDS
ISSUANCE
FINANCIAL ACCESS
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
MARKET
NON-PERFORMING LOAN
SOLVENCY
POSTAL SAVINGS
PROFITABILITY
CREDIT RISK
INSURANCE
LOAN INSURANCE
MICROFINANCE
FINANCIAL SECTOR ASSESSMENT
SECURITY
PROMOTION OF INVESTMENT
ACCOUNTING STANDARDS
INVESTMENT
COMMERCIAL BANKS
SAVINGS DEPOSITS
HOUSEHOLDS
INFORMAL CREDIT
LIMITED LIABILITIES
COST ESTIMATE
COOPERATION
LOSS OF CONFIDENCE
RURAL FINANCING
COOPERATIVES
PROFIT
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
LENDING
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
DEBIT CARD
LIQUIDITY RATIO
ACCESS POINTS
EXCHANGE RATE
WOMEN
OUTSTANDING LOANS
LIMITED LIABILITY
LIABILITIES
LIQUID ASSETS
COOPERATIVE
GUARANTEE
DEVELOPMENT BANK
CROP LOAN
ACCOUNT HOLDERS
DEPOSITOR
CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS
MICROFINANCE INSTITUTION
MICROENTERPRISES
MFI




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