Monthly Archives: January 2019

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MCC-RFI-14 Risk, Fraud & Internal Controls in MFIs

2019-01-31T18:32:11+00:00

MCC-RFI-14     Risk, Fraud & Internal Controls in MFISCourse ObjectivesTo provide participants with knowledge and skills on internal controls for sound MFI management • Participants to understand the effects of Risk, frauds and internal controls on sustainability and       profitability of MFIsTo understand Risks and frauds concepts and Risk management process Target participantsManagers, Supervisors, Accountants, Accounts Assistants, loan committee members, supervisory committee members, Board members, Internal Auditors and Compliance Officers. Key Topics to be coveredIntroduction to Risk:Risk conceptMajor Risk categories in MFIsCauses of RisksRisk management process and Responsibility for Risk managementRisk identificationRisk management strategiesCommon credit Risks in MFIs• Frauds in MFIsManagement of [...]

MCC-RFI-14 Risk, Fraud & Internal Controls in MFIs2019-01-31T18:32:11+00:00

MCC-DML-06 Deliquency Management & Loans Monitoring

2019-01-31T17:47:18+00:00

MCC-DML-06 Deliquency Management & Loans Monitoring Overall course Objectives To minimize loss of MFIs major revenue earning Asset (the loan portfolio) thus growing value for investment made and profitability Target participants Loan officers, supervisors, managers, loan committee members, supervisory committee members, Accountants, Accounts Assistants, credit Analysts, Board members and any interested person Key Topics to be covered The lending processes Cause, effects and control of delinquency Loan Appraisal documentation The loan agreement documentation Loan monitoring Securities and guarantees Problem Loan Management Loan provisioning Analysis and reporting of loan performance Professionalism in loan portfolio management Course dates: 13th [...]

MCC-DML-06 Deliquency Management & Loans Monitoring2019-01-31T17:47:18+00:00

Making Microfinance Work (Managing For Improved Performance)

2019-01-30T12:10:35+00:00

Making Microfinance Work (Managing For Improved Performance) Course dates: 11th – 16th March 2019 Venue: Kampala Duration: 7 Full days Course fees per participant: Ugandan: UGX 650, 000 / International: $340 Detailed information about the above programmes can be obtained from: The Registrar’s Department The Uganda Institute of Banking & Financial Services Plot 10 Buganda Road P.O. Box 4986 Kampala Tel:0414-36849 OR Gen. Line 0414-233628 E-mail: uibinformation@uib.or.ug

Making Microfinance Work (Managing For Improved Performance)2019-01-30T12:10:35+00:00

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Plot 10 Buganda Road, P.O Box 4986, Kampala, Uganda

Phone: (+256) 414-233628

Fax: (+256) 414-234259

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