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Solutions to difficult regulatory problems matter: to people’s lives, to economic opportunities, to effective government. The Jacobs, Cordova & Associates team refines proven tools and develops new ideas to tackle deep-seated regulatory problems – from simplifying complex licenses to designing and implementing regulatory impact assessment to national reform strategies for growth and trade. We help reduce regulatory costs and risks that hold back economic growth, while boosting the rule of law and the role of good regulations in protecting vital public interests.
Scott Jacobs is discussing the use of regulatory impact analysis in emerging Fintech issues such as digital assets, ESG ratings, and licensing of virtual banks with the Bank of Thailand. Innovation and risk management are central to the financial industry today, and the Bank of Thailand is in the mainstream of regulators in balancing the
Today Jorge Velázquez, Director of JC&A for Mexico, participated in the signing of the memorandum of understanding between @MunicipioAgs and @CEESP1 to collaborate on the project “Competitive Municipalities: Intelligent Regulation and Business Commitment”. The project is co-financed by USAID and Mexican business. @USAIDMX
The Competitive Municipalities-initiative of @CEESP1 with the support of @USAIDMX, presented 8 June in Western and Bajío region of Mexico 2 innovative instruments for Municipal Regulatory Improvement: Inspections Model and RIA Manual. JC&A’s consultant, Delia Vazquez, participated as one of the key note speakers presenting the inspection model. The event included the participation of Efrén
The Project Municipalities Competitiveness of USAID Mexico supported by Centro De Estidios Economicos was presented in Hermosillo with the results, with the reengineering of processes of 15 municipal procedures, thanks to Regulatory Reform; as well as the reforms to be implemented. The delivery of the Reengineering component of the project Muncopios Competitivos featured the participation
JC&A -as part of the consortium with Centro de Estudios Económicos del Sector Privado (@CEESP1) and the Ergo Group (@TheErgoGroup)- presented in Monterrey the Municipal Inspections Model in the framework of the USAID project “Municipios Competitivos, Regulación Inteligente y Compromiso Empresarial”. This innovative model is meant to improve the inspection function at the Municipal level
Funded by the World Bank, JC&A assisted the Ministry of Industry and Commerce of Lao PDR in setting up the Inventory of Business Licenses (IBL) portal (www.bned.moic.gov.la). The IBL aims to improve access to regulatory information on all formalities (licenses, permits, authorizations, clearances, etc.). The IBL is an online location where micro, small, medium, and
The JC&A Team participated in three awareness sessions, hosted by the Municipal Government of Hermosillo (Mexico). The regulatory improvements – through re-engineering and simplification of regulations and formalities – aim to optimize the competitiveness of the municipality at the national and international level, with important positive impacts to the benefit of the community. The results
Dr. Cesar Cordova, Senior Director of Jacobs, Cordova & Associates, spoke at the Conference “Regulatory policy in Uzbekistan: achievements and development prospects” in Tashkent “about the effective implementation of the regulatory impact assessment system based on the results of a study over the past year in Uzbekistan, about its effective establishment, which compares favorably with
Jacobs, Cordova & Associates’ Senior Policy Advisor, USAID’s Future Growth Initiative Anton Zinovyev, was a speaker in the series of events organized by Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP) under the U.S. Department of Commerce. His topic, “Enabling SMEs and Private Sector Development for Digital Trade” covered an: Overview of Future Growth Initiative program in Central