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February 2019

The Microfinance Technical Programme for practitioners in Asia

February 18 - February 22

This one-week training is designed to enhance the professional skills of professionals within the microfinance sector. The program would allow microfinance managers, consultants and trainers to develop the theoretical and practical skills necessary to improve the performance of their organizations. The course fee for the Programme is $1000 per delegate. Anchor delegate fee is $750 for payments received by 31 December 2018.

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Driving Strategic Innovation in Inclusive Finance

February 18 - February 22

This is an executive education program aimed at providing high-level management and leadership training to those shaping the microfinance industry, including CEOs of leading microfinance institutions and executives of mainstream banks entering the microfinance market. This course will combine lectures, case studies, and use of practical tools to allow participants to explore inclusive financial services models.

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March 2019

Delinquency and Portfolio Management for Microfinance Practitioners

March 25 - March 29

The Delinquency and Portfolio Management Training is designed for Senior and Middle Management (Credit Supervisors, Credit Officers, Senior Credit Officers, Micro Credit Managers responsible to managers) of Micro Finance Institutes (MFIs) and other Financial Institutions for the purpose of strengthening their knowledge and build their capacities in the field of Loan Portfolio Management. This Training exposes participants to various portfolio concepts, Importance of mechanism of Loan Portfolio, Measurement of Portfolio Quality, Micro Credit Risk Management, Causes as well as effects…

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Delinquency and Portfolio Management for Microfinance Practitioners

March 25 - March 29

The Delinquency and Portfolio Management Training is designed for Senior and Middle Management (Credit Supervisors, Credit Officers, Senior Credit Officers, Micro Credit Managers responsible to managers) of Micro Finance Institutes (MFIs) and other Financial Institutions for the purpose of strengthening their knowledge and build their capacities in the field of Loan Portfolio Management. This Training exposes participants to various portfolio concepts, Importance of mechanism of Loan Portfolio, Measurement of Portfolio Quality, Micro Credit Risk Management, Causes as well as effects…

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April 2019

Advanced Programme on Financial Inclusion, Social Performance and Data Analysis

April 15 - April 19

The challenge is to design financial products that meet the needs of low-income populations while ensuring the sustainability of financial providers. Government loans for the poor often meet with high default rates, while insurance products encounter very low take-up. An estimated 2 billion working-age adults globally have no access to the types of formal financial services delivered by regulated financial institutions. For example, in Sub-Saharan Africa, only 24% of adults have a bank account even though Africa's formal financial sector…

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May 2019

Financial Inclusion Summit

May 28 - May 29

Following on from the highly successful Financial Inclusion Summit (West Africa) that we successfully delivered in April 2018, the Microfinance Association and the Financial Inclusion Advocacy Centre UK cordially invite you to the Financial Inclusion summit for Southern Africa that will take place in Johannesburg from May 28 – 29 2019. The financial inclusion summit is a thought leadership event on financial inclusion. The two-day programme will bring together practitioners and leading experts on financial inclusion. Sponsorships/Partnerships Organisations that are…

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June 2019

Implementing policy outcomes on financial inclusion and financial systems development

June 10 - June 14

Financial Inclusion in its simplest form is the ability to access appropriate financial services in the formal financial system. However, it is not just about a bank branch or correspondent on the corner. It is about clients using sustainable, responsible financial products that add value to their daily lives. In other words, there is the need to develop the right product, at the right place, at the right price. The successful implementation of the national financial inclusion strategy is not…

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Advanced Programme on Financial Inclusion and Social Performance Management

June 24 - June 28

The challenge is to design financial products that meet the needs of low-income populations while ensuring the sustainability of financial providers. Government loans for the poor often meet with high default rates, while insurance products encounter very low take-up. An estimated 2 billion working-age adults globally have no access to the types of formal financial services delivered by regulated financial institutions. For example, in Sub-Saharan Africa, only 24% of adults have a bank account even though Africa's formal financial sector…

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