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Nichola Beyers

Nichola has been involved in a number of digital transformation projects, from conducting research on how regulators and policymakers can best respond to innovation including being part of the teams involved in our Making Access Possible programme for Madagascar and an insurance diagnostic in Ghana. More recently, she has been involved in a study of fintechs in Africa, youth digital skills, access to education and health through digital means in Madagascar.  

Nichola holds an Honours degree in French to English translation and has used her language skills to enhance the management and delivery of a number of Cenfri projects in Senegal, Morocco and Madagascar.

  • MComm Economics, Stellenbosch University
  • Honours in Economics, Stellenbosch University
  • Honours in Translation (French-English)

Recent Work by Nichola Beyers
Innovating to improve MSME resilience in Uganda
As in many other developing countries, Ugandan MSMEs play a fundamental role in the economy – accounting for a substan...
Digital payments on the rise in the education sector
Education is of fundamental importance to Rwanda’s economy; and the country has high policy priorities in providing access across the country. Pr...
Insurance supervisors’ responses to COVID-19
Importance of insurance amplified by COVID-19 pandemic  The COVID-19 pandemic const...
Insurers and capital market development
What can be done to unlock the role of insurers in developing African capital markets? ...
Regulating for innovation: A supervisory toolkit
A supervisory toolkit to help regulators navigate their role and guide decisions in regulating for innovation. ...