Reports

Reports

DMAG has produced and published numerous reports for clients such as World Bank, DfID, EC, EBRD, and IFAD. 

All publications are free to access and available to download from our archive.

Should you wish to discuss a DMAG report with us, please contact us at our head office or via info@developingmarkets.com 

Available Reports

RemitSCOPE
RemitSCOPE

RemitSCOPE, a new website portal, is designed to provide data, analyses and remittance-market1 profiles on individual countries or areas. In coordination with the Global Forum on Remittances, Investment and Development 2018, RemitSCOPE is being launched to provide market profiles for 50 countries or areas in the Asia and the Pacific region. The additional four regions will be included gradually: Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, and Near East and the Caucasus.


Constraints UK Ghana
Constraints UK Ghana

This report assesses the UK to Ghana remittance corridor, addressing both the UK and Ghanaian regulatory environments, the products and services available on the market and the remittance patterns of the UK-based Ghanaian Diaspora. Remittances go hand-in-hand with poverty reduction and will continue to be important for Ghana’s development as it makes the transition to a Middle-Income Country. A primary research study is conducted comprising of interviews with money transfer operators (MTOs) offering a Ghanaian service and a survey of the Ghanaian Diaspora. From this, challenges and opportunities are identified, and a number of recommendations are made to different stakeholders, each with varying associated costs and levels of impact.


Supply and Demand 15-03-2010
Supply and Demand 15-03-2010

Remittances are a vitally important source of development funding. Over recent years there have been a number of studies which show the role that money sent home by migrants has played in assisting individuals in developing countries. However, little attention has been paid to the causes for the level of costs for remittances products. This ground-breaking report therefore looks, for the first time, at the operating models that are used by remittance service providers (RSPs) and makes a series of recommendations to money transfer operators (MTOs), banks and regulators to help improve the efficiency of remittance services with the expectation that, if introduced, these changes will assist in the lowering of prices charged to consumers.