Training opportunities

15- 19
Advanced Risk Management and Internal Audit for Microfinance & Digital Financial Services

Monday, October 15, 2018 to Friday, October 19, 2018

Most microfinance and financial inclusion providers aim to fulfill a dual mission: the provision of financial services to poor people and financial sustainability. Though there are increasing numbers of large financial service providers (FSP) who claim to be robust and successful, they as well as the majority of programs recognize that they often operate without proper systems to reduce the growing number of risks in the financial sector. The course aims to identify the risks faced by financial service providers and the policies and procedures (including internal audit) that need to be applied to mitigate the risks that pose the greatest threat to its solvency and objectives.

Target Audience:

  • Microfinance and microcredit practitioners;
  • Regulatory officers;
  •  Potential social investors;
  •  Senior managers in microfinance institutions (MFIs);
  • Senior managers in NGO’s;
  •  Senior managers in socially responsible investment firms;
  •  Independent practitioners;
  •  Consulting firms;
  •  Central bank officials;
  •  Donor agencies;
  • Change management consulting organizations;
  •  Private equity firms;
  •  Academicians.

Fees & Expenses:

USD 3000.00 per delegate, includes accommodation with satellite, internet connectivity, meals, course material and airport pick‐up, certificate of participation and networking opportunities.