FSVC provides practical, demand-driven technical assistance to counterparts in developing and emerging market countries delivered by financial services professionals who serve as unpaid volunteer experts.  As a result, FSVC’s technical assistance is objective, current and state-of-the-art.

Public Sector

  • Central Banks
  • Government Ministries
  • Financial and Non-Financial Regulators
  • Pension Funds
  • Tax Authorities
  • Judges
  • Magistrates
  • Law Enforcement Officials
  • State-Owned Enterprises

Private Sector

  • Commercial Banks
  • Microfinance Institutions
  • Insurance Companies
  • Securities Firms
  • Designated Non-Financial Business and Professions
  • Civil Society Organizations
  • Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Industry Associations
  • Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs)
FSVC is unique in that our volunteer experts are senior practitioners, often in the prime of their careers, who provide expert analysis and guidance on a specific topic based on their experience. FSVC’s flexible approach enables us to provide technical assistance where it is most urgently needed, and the areas in which we work are constantly evolving to adapt to changes in the global economy.
01
Expanding Access to Finance
Expanding Access to Finance

Help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) drive job creation, competition and innovation.

02
Combating Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing
Combating Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing

Assist countries in thwarting criminal activities and protecting the savings of citizens and their businesses.

03
Strengthening Regulation & Supervision
Strengthening Regulation & Supervision

Build the capacity of central banks and regulatory agencies to promote a sound and competitive financial sector.

04
Promoting Capital Markets Development
Promoting Capital Markets Development

Deepen capital markets and their supervision to create greater financing and investment opportunities.

05
Expanding Commercial Banking
Expanding Commercial Banking

Strengthen the capacity of banks to provide the credit and services that drive development and economic growth.

06
Strengthening Public Financial Management
Strengthening Public Financial Management

Help governments better manage resources to provide citizens with infrastructure and services.

07
Symposia
Symposia

Convene top international experts to discuss economic, financial, energy security and climate change issues.

Since 1990, FSVC has leveraged approximately $90 million in funding from the U.S. government, private foundations and other sources to provide more than $210 million in technical assistance, principally through the donated services of volunteer experts.