Crowdfunding in East Africa: regulation and policy for market development

FSD Africa, the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) and Anjarwalla and Khanna (A&K) collaborated to conduct a comparative assessment of the existing and evolving regulatory and policy landscape for crowdfunding in East Africa. This project outlines key priority areas necessary for regulatory and policy development in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania. Furthermore, while it draws upon insights and experience of the UK, USA, Malaysia, New Zealand and India with respect to regulatory and policy developments, the CCAF has also conducted research into other markets that provide valuable insights but are beyond the scope of this project.