The licensing and regulatory framework of the financial services sector has two distinct categories, governed, respectively, in accordance with the Banking Act administered by Bank of Botswana, and the Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority Act of 2006 overseen by the Non-Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (NBFIRA). The Banking Act regulates bank and bank related businesses while non-bank financial services are governed by the NBFIRA Act.
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“The Chemical Man was allocated a factory shell by BITC three years ago. BITC have been very competent and professional in their approach to our needs and have assisted us in every way possible ensuring our business...
Botswana Rated A- and A2 by Standard & Poor's
In Standard & Poor’s July 2013 ratings Botswana was rated ‘A-’ and ‘A 2’ for the long and short terms respectively, based on a strong government balance sheet, a well-managed economy and a long record of political stability.