This policy relates to the UIBFS Continuous Professional Development (CPD) requirements and the relevance of CPD for members, including recommended and unacceptable CPD. UIBFS CPD Requirements UIBFS shall implement mandatory CPD for all members (excluding Students and Honorary Fellows). Member CPD requirements are set below. UIBFS CPD REQUIREMENT PER MEMBER CATEGORY: MEMBERSHIP LEVEL / CATEGORY CPD HOURS REQUIRED Affiliate 20 Affiliate Professional 25 Certificated Professional 30 Associate 35 Member 35 Fellow 35 1.1 On an annual basis, Affiliates are required to complete 20 CPD hours, Affiliate Professional – 25 CPD hours [...]
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Terms of Reference - S/N Item 1 Tittle Microfinance Apprenticeship Program Coordinator 2 Duty Station Kampala 3 Assumption of duty Immediate 4 Grade Mid-level 5 Reporting Line CEO - UIBFS (a) Background The Government of Uganda’s Vision 2040 provides development paths and strategies to operationalize Uganda’s Vision statement which is “A Transformed Ugandan Society from a Peasant to a Modern and Prosperous Country within 30 years” as approved by Cabinet in 2007. It aims at transforming Uganda from a peasant and low-income country to a competitive upper-middle-income country. There is a comprehensive framework of different strategies that outline the [...]
UGANDA INSTITUTE OF BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING / GRADUATION PROGRAMME ON FRIDAY, 28th MAY 2021 AT SHERATON HOTEL, KAMPALA AGM PROGRAM 8.00am – 8.30am : Arrival of Invited Guests and breakfast 8.30am -8.40am : Opening Prayer and National Anthem 8.40am – 8.50am : Ascertainment of Quorum, Registration of Proxies & Apologies; 8.50am – 09.15am : Welcome Remarks by the Board Chairman / Presentation of Board Report; 9.15am – 9.30am : Confirmation of Minutes of Previous Meeting and Matters Arising; 9.30am – 9.45am : Presentation of Accounts and Auditor’s Report; 9.45am – 10.00am : Appointment / Election of [...]
THE UGANDA INSTITUTE OF BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES COVID-19 UPDATE: COMMUNICATION TO STUDENTS, MEMBERS AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS Dear Stakeholder, Following the directive from the President of the Republic of Uganda in March 2020 regarding the imposing of a country wide lock-down, we wish to encourage students and members to continue to observe all the necessary COVID- 19 protocols. During this lock down period, we shall remain open for on-line transactions including; Online Training of some short skilled courses such as Basic Banking, Banking for non-Banker Executives, Appraisal of Agribusiness and Agricultural value Chain Financing – Strategies, Risks & Opportunities. Professional [...]
Publications & Journals (Financial Services Magazine and Institute’s News Letter -The Bank Scene) The Institute produces two publications: The Financial Services Magazine. This is issued out freely as a privilege to members of the Institute. The major objectives of the Magazine are: To serve as a forum for disseminating information about developments in the financial sector in general, and the banking industry in particular; To address contentious issues in the banking and financial services industry and to enhance public awareness of the relevance and role of banking in the economic setup of the country; To serve as a medium through [...]
Short Computer and IT Related Courses The Institute runs four separate sessions for short courses in the department of IT & Computer-Based courses that allows you the flexibility to attend at your convenience. We train in small groups to meet the needs of individual participants and use a variety of learning methods to stimulate interest and meet different learning styles. We also offer a free follow-up service by email or phone to all trainees. The sessions are: a) Morning (9:30 AM – 1:00 PM) b) Afternoon (2:00 PM – 5:30 PM) c) Evening (6:00 PM – 9:30 PM) d) Weekend [...]
MCC-RFI-14 Risk, Fraud & Internal Controls in MFIS Course Objectives To 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 MFIs To understand Risks and frauds concepts and Risk management process Target participants Managers, Supervisors, Accountants, Accounts Assistants, loan committee members, supervisory committee members, Board members, Internal Auditors and Compliance Officers. Key Topics to be covered Introduction to Risk: Risk concept Major Risk categories in MFIs Causes of Risks Risk management process and Responsibility for Risk [...]
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 25th – [...]
Making Microfinance Work (Managing For Improved Performance) Course dates: 09th – 14th March 2020 Venue: Kampala Duration: 7 Full days Course fees per participant: Ugandan: UGX 650, 000 / International: $260 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: firstname.lastname@example.org