Guinness Gallagher International Pte. Ltd. is a multi-skilled international consulting practice, with its headquarters in Singapore. The firm has a long, successful and extensive track record of winning and managing international consulting assignments assisting governments, partner organizations and the private sector in developing countries for the last 24 years throughout the Asia/Pacific region, Africa and Eastern Europe.
Their firm has worked on and managed a range of projects in a number of countries as outlined in the following table and is cognizant of the need to provide advice and assistance focused on the unique cultural, social, environmental, financial, economic and regulatory needs of the recipient countries; all matched to the specific country’s level of development across these multi-faceted areas.
Cross Sector Experience: Guinness Gallagher International Pte. Ltd adopts a global, multi-disciplinary practice and outlook and provides expert consultants that are highly experienced and academically qualified, with senior-management and governance-level practical experience across all disciplines, including public policy, research, governance, and program and project evaluation. The international consulting experience covers a number of thematic areas, including Finance, Education and Labor, Legal and Regulatory, Infrastructure and Natural Resources.
Their firm has extensive experience in the financial sector for developing countries with a special focus on credit and deposit guarantee schemes, insurance, consumer protection, trust law, pensions, and other targeted policy tools and interventions which some governments may introduce. Several of these projects have been in the African sub-continent working with Insurance regulators in Rwanda, Swaziland, Tanzania, Malawi, Uganda, SADC MI Forum, East African Community and East Africa Insurance Supervisors Association and South Africa.
Their firm is currently updating the financial sector strategy for Cambodia, fielding a team of seven specialist international and six national consultants over the next seven months, led by one of their senior experts, Peter Knoll (AB, Harvard, JD, Michigan Law School) who has more than 25 years of experience in the financial sector, including five years at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington D.C. This is the third strategic review of the Cambodian financial sector that their team members have been involved in since their first review in 2007.