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Doing Business 2019

Sixteenth in a series of annual reports comparing business regulation in 190 economies, Doing Business 2019 measures aspects of regulation affecting 10 areas of everyday business activity:

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BDRC SME Finance Monitor Q2 2018
A report published by the BRDC, outlines data on a wider range of financial products and providers able to meet SME access to finance needs. The report covers the borrowing process from the SME’s perspective, and broader information regarding SME growth, profitability and perceived barriers to running the business. Topics covered in the report...
White Paper: Fostering Markets for SME Finance
In this study, the OECD Working Party on SMEs and Entrepreneurs (WPSMEE) examined a variety of barriers on the supply and demand side of finance markets that limit SMEs uptake of alternative financial instruments. The study also covers trends in policy measures to support the development of alternative finance instruments for SMEs. According the...
Report: State of the Small Growing and Business Sector
The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) impact report on The State of the Small and Growing Business Sector (SGB), focuses on development services, donor funding and direct investments. Key insights centered around SGB investing and donor funding from the report include: Over 400 investment vehicles have launched in the past 10 years...
Crowdfunding As a Capital Source for Women Entrepreneurs
This research was commissioned by The National Women Business Council (NWBC) to explore the distinct relationship between crowdfunding and women entrepreneurship, and develop a deeper understanding of crowdfunding as capital source. The research aims to: i) identify and document available demographic and other descriptive quantitative information...
Report: Accelerating Startups in Emerging Markets
The second major report from GALI, written in collaboration with Deloitte, compares acceleration in emerging markets versus high-income countries. Examining data from more than 2,400 early stage ventures that applied to 43 programs, it finds more similarities between emerging market and high-income country entrepreneurs and accelerator programs...
Entrenching Innovation: The 4th UK Alternative Finance Industry Report
Since 2013 researchers at the University of Cambridge have been tracking and analysing the development of the online alternative fnance market in the United Kingdom. Entrenching Innovation: The 4th UK Alternative Finance Industry Report is the fourth annual industry study, which includes data collected from 77 alternative fnance platforms, as well...
Comparative Study Results of the Credit Gurantee Activity 2017
Following the analysis of the AECM and the REGAR Guarantee Activity Surveys, this presentation strives to compare the results of REGAR (31 members) and AECM (29 members) who have answered similar questions on: Demand of SMEs for guarantees, Guarantee activity of the institution, Bank Financing, Alternative instruments, Future Focus and General...
Beyond Fintech: A Pragmatic Assessment Of Disruptive Potential In Financial Services
Outreach for the World Economic Forum’s fourth report involved over 150 interviews and 10 international workshop sessions, which encouraged collaborative dialogue to discuss insights and opportunities concerning fintech disruption within the financial services industry. Below are a few highlights from the report in relation to SMEs. New entrants...
Fintech Trends Report India 2017
PwC and Startupbootcamp are stationed at the heart of the FinTech ecosystem in India. Startupbootcamp scouts for and supports promising, early-stage startups in the country, while PwC advises a wide-range of corporate and institutional clients on leading FinTech issues. For its first program in India, Startupbootcamp FinTech analysed more than...
Crowdfunding and Financial Inclusion
A financial innovation! The fastest growing financial industry! The next big thing in finance! Crowdfunding has garnered a lot of attention for its potential to further financial inclusion efforts. “Crowdfunding” typically describes a method of financing whereby small amounts of funds are raised from large numbers of individuals or legal entities...