2021 | Tunisia | Financial Services

Analysis of the Tunisian financial sector and identification of opportunities for the development of financial services and financial inclusion

Context & objectives:

IFC, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, promotes sustainable private sector growth and is the largest multilateral provider of financing for private enterprise in emerging markets. IFC aims to increase access to financial services in Tunisia by providing financial institutions with advisory services and facilitating investment services.

IFC hired Matine to identify market opportunities that could boost financial inclusion (for individuals in Tunisia and aboraod as well as MSMEs with a specific focus on farmers) while being economically viable for financial institutions (including banks, microfinance institutions, payment service providers, leasing and factoring companies, insurance companies, fintechs...).

Main achievements & impacts
  • Identification of about twenty opportunities that could improve financial inclusion for more than 7.5 million individuals and 700 thousand businesses while generating nearly 10 billion in gross revenues for financial institutions
  • Analysis of about 20 previous studies and public sources of information in order to draw up a state of the art.
  • Carrying out 4 surveys (1100 individuals, 2000 companies, 400 TRE, 600 farmers) via working groups, telephone and physical interviews Interviews with about sixty market players (financial institutions, telephone operators, e-commerce platforms, regulators, professional associations, etc.)
  • Involvement of a dozen international experts
  • Presentation of the resultats during an event organized in collaboration with the Central Bank of Tunisia

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