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Jeremiah Grossman

Associate Consultant

Jeremiah Grossman has over 10 years of experience in law and international development. A lawyer with a Master's degree in international relations, Jerry analyses legal and regulatory constraints to access to finance; drafts electronic money and microfinance regulations; and has developed comparative databases of microfinance and branchless banking regulatory practices around the world. Some examples of Jeremiah’s recent assignments include working with central bank staff to develop agent banking, branchless banking, or e-money regulations in Namibia, Ethiopia, and Yemen; analyzing the legal and regulatory environment for access to rural finance in Zambia; assessing obstacles to SME access to finance in Egypt; supporting efforts to strengthen microfinance regulation and supervision in the Middle East and North Africa; and analyzing regulatory frameworks for branchless banking and access to finance in Angola, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, South Africa, Uganda, and Zambia.