• VACANCY- PROGRAMME MANAGER FISCAL POLICY AND FINANCIAL PROGRAMMING

    MEFMI is inviting applications from suitably qualified individuals for the position of Programme Manager Fiscal Policy and Financial Programming, reporting to the Director, Macroeconomic Management Prgramme. The incumbent will be responsible for carrying out capacity building activites with a special focus on Financial Programming and Policy, Fiscal Policy Management (Revenue Policy and Administration and Public Expenditure), Government Finace Statistics, National Accounts and Governance among others.

    Applications should be received by  29 July 2016. Applications received after the closing date and time will NOT be considered.

    MEFMI is an equal opportunity employer

    Please click here to view the full details of the advert.

     
  • Invitation for Bids to Print MEFMI 2017 Tent calendar

    MEFMI is calling upon reputable design and printing companies to bid for the supply of a tent calendar. The theme for the calendar is cities by night.

    Supplier to source high quality, high resolution photos, specific to each MEFMI member country.  Photos to be sourced from reputable photographers. 

    Supplier to design and print 1000 units of the MEFMI 2017 tent calendar. 19 A5 size sheets, printed full colour back to back.  19th sheet base board. Calendar printed on Hi-Q matt 350 gsm. Vanished on all sides. Wiro-bound at the top. 

    Suppliers to submit sample designs based on the theme via email or through drop box. The quotation should clearly indicate the cost for the photos.

    Please email designs and quotation by midday on 5 July 2016 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     
  • Chinese Yuan glitters in Eastern, Southern Africa

    By ABDUEL ELINAZA  21 JUNE 2016
    THE central banks in Eastern and Southern Africa have started giving the Chinese Renminbi (Yuan) due consideration as both reserve, investment and settlement currency.

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  • EAC, SADC Governors Meet in Dar to Discuss Chinese Currency

    By TZ Business News Staff.

    chinese yuanThe Chinese currency Renminbi, also called the Yuan, has this year attracted special attention in two of Africa’s main trading blocks—Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the East African Community (EAC).

    Fourteen central bank governors accompanied by financial analysts and experts from the nations of Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe meet in Dar es salaam, Tanzania, on Monday, June 20, 2016 to discuss among other issues the effect of the Yuan on SADC and the EAC following its adoption by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank as a medium of international trade settlements.

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  • PRESS RELEASE: MEFMI REGION CENTRAL BANKS GOVERNORS’ FORUM

    VENUE: BANK OF TANZANIA, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA

    DATE: 20 JUNE 2016

    Central Banks Govenors from the MEFMI region will meet for the annual Forum that will be held at the Bank of Tanzania on Monday 20 June 2016. The event will be attended by up to 40 officials comprising 14 Central Bank Governors and Deputy Governors from the MEFMI region, technical experts from Investec Asset Management and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, Switzerland. Investec is the financial partner for the event.   The Forum will be held back to back with the Bank of Tanzania Golden Jubilee celebrations on 22 June 2016.

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  • MEFMI Trains Officials on Public Debt and Macroeconomic Management

    DSC 1012Public debt and public sector borrowing have implications not only on the current economic situation but also the future economic developments. Current borrowing may imply future additional taxes to repay the borrowed funds. It may also imply future increased borrowing to finance both repayment and interest payments, which could lead to an unsustainable debt burden and thus macroeconomic instability. There is also a reverse relationship whereby changes in key macroeconomic variables such as exchange rate, interest rate, and global and domestic prices of goods and services could adversely impact on debt management through high cost and risks. This calls for appropriate coordination of macroeconomic policies, particularly fiscal and monetary policies with debt management.

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  • Regional Regulators of Pensions, Insurance & Capital Market Convene In Mombasa

    Delegates to the workshop are middle to senior level professionals who are responsible for the regulation of pensions, insurance and securities in MEFMI member countries as well as officials from Ministries of Finance and/or Economic Planning responsible for policy development for the regulation of this sector.

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  • MEFMI Cautions Member Countries on Heavy Issuance of Sovereign Bonds

    MEFMI and the Commonwealth Secretariat (COMSEC) conducted a joint regional workshop on Managing Domestic Debt and Lending Instruments using the Commonwealth Secretariat Debt Recording and Management System (CS-DRMS) from 18 to 27 April 2016 at Crossroads Hotel, Lilongwe, Malawi. The training aimed at imparting theoretical knowledge and practical skills on the management of domestic debt and lending instruments using CS-DRMS version 2.2.

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