Deadline: 11-Nov-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector arm of the Word Bank Group, partners with Financial Institutions (FIs) through the provision of Advisory and Investment Services to build their capacity in order to recognize and serve women markets. Through the MENA Women Banking Champions Program, IFC aims to build capacity of FIs to cater to Women segments; (as entrepreneurs/professionals, employees, housewives, pensioners, etc.) in a sustainable and profitable manner. IFC is recognized as a leader in this space, evident by its previous successful engagements of establishing Women Banking Champions across the MENA region and globally. To support FIs in Tunisia and Egypt, IFC will be selecting a consulting firm to develop a market research to Assess the Business Opportunity of Women Markets for Financial Institutions in each country. The main objective is to size the business opportunity for FIs and identify the demand/needs for financial services of Women Markets.
Deadline: 31-Oct-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: IFC is seeking to hire a legal consulting firm (the Consultant) to provide services for designing Bankable Standard Agreements, namely, electricity offtake agreement, direct agreement and investment agreement templates. The Bankable Standard Agreements (PPA, DA & IA) templates designed by the Consultant should enhance bankability of renewable energy projects while addressing the interests of main stakeholders: government, private companies, commercial banks, IFIs and electricity consumers. IFC is seeking qualified local/international Belarus legal consulting firm with local presence to design Bankable Standard Agreements, based on global best contractual & investment practices and in accordance with project finance principles for RES projects. To provide applicability of designed Bankable Standard Agreements in Belarus, the Consultant must ensure that designed Bankable Standard Agreements are aligned with the Belarusian legislation and their provisions are consistent with each other.
Today there were be held three seminars during the Annual Meetings 2017, which contains developments within Skills for Success in a Transforming Africa, Women-owned Business and Maximizing Finance for Development. Make sure you will attend those meetings through de WorldBank Live. If you are interested in last week’s Annual Meetings program, click here. In case you are interested in the upcoming Meeting of the World Bank Group and the IMF: the Spring Meetings take place in the week of the 16th of April 2018. During these meetings the events will also be available for the wide audience through World Bank Live, so make sure you join these events live!
Deadline: 24-Jul-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank-GFDRR DRFIP is seeking support in the development of 4 interactive quantitative tools to support decision-making in financial disaster risk management. The tools will draw on current international best practice in user interface design, transparency and quality in coding, and probabilistic financial and actuarial analysis.
This consultancy covers the compilation and cleansing of data (from public sources); the development of quantitative methodology; and production (design, development, validation and testing) of 4 quantitative interactive tools in MS Excel. The quantitative tools will be generic tools that can be adapted and applied to support capacity building and decision making in many countries. The tools will allow decision makers to assess the liability and fiscal funding gap following a disaster, understand the financial implications of different DRF strategies, as well as answer questions about financial instruments and define relevant policy options.
Deadline: 29-Nov-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The overall objective of the Assignment it to identify promising finance, agriculture and livestock insurance opportunities (including parametric insurance) at different stages of the value chains of 4-5 agricultural commodities in Nigeria.
The Assignment should:
(a) Identify and analyze the value chains
(b) Assess the nature of farmers and production methods
(c) Develop cash flow and financial profiles for value chain players
(d) Analyze the demand and supply of finance and index insurance,
(e) and identify any constraints that may have prevented/hindered the supply of adequate index insurance products