The series captures the experience, innovative approaches and solutions for development of the World Bank Group covering financial sector topics of relevance to both the public and private sectors. The series is comprised of short knowledge notes, policy notes, case studies, lessons learned or a combination therein. This series was formerly known as Finance in Focus.
This report provides an assessment of
the current state of development of financial safety nets
and bank resolution frameworks in eight countries in
southern Africa (Botswana, Eswatini [formerly Swaziland],
Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, and
Zimbabwe). It has been prepared to inform ongoing and
planned technical assistance projects in the southern Africa
region and to provide a basis for engagement with the
authorities in each of the countries covered by the study.
This summary draws from more detailed material contained in
a comprehensive study.