Ghana grapples with international banking standards

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GEG's Director, Emily Jones, presented research findings to policymakers at Ghana’s Ministry of Finance and at the Bank of Ghana in August 2019. Ghana has just started implementing Basel II and III standards. The presentations were an opportunity to discuss how Ghana and other developing countries are responding to international banking standards and tailoring them to fit the local context. The presentations were organised in collaboration with the International Growth Centre – Ghana.

Read more on the context of Ghana’s implementation of Basel standards here.