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Botswana IFSC regulatory framework now available on the website
12-07-2011

Botswana operates a sound legal and regulatory environment informed by compliance to international standards and best practice. Botswana has acceded to international conventions and is strictly observing internationally accepted guidelines on combating money laundering and financial crime.

Botswana is ranked 26th in the world for judicial independence and 2nd in Africa by the World Economic Forum. Further as per the 2007/8 World Bank’s Doing Business Report, Botswana is positioned as one of the world’s top ten reformers for taking measures to protect investors and reduce constraints to starting a business.

The Non Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA) is the regulator of all non-banking financial entities registered in Botswana including Pension Funds, Asset Management, Consumer/Micro lending, insurance and Collective Investment Undertakings.

Click here to download Botswana IFSC regulatory framework.

 
 

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