MF Institution Assessment Training for Internal Staff

MF Institution Assessment Training for Internal Staff
SOLD OUT!        For the first time ever, Risk Management Initiative is finally coming to Middle East & North Africa with a full training in Arabic.  Microfinance Risk Management Institution Assessment Training for Internal Staff is an in-depth, three-day training course designed for microfinance executive senior management, risk managers, internal auditors, and staff.

 

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Agenda Logistics

 

Date:

June 17-19, 2019

Time:

9:00am - 5:00pm EET

Location:
Steigenberger Hotel El Tahrir Cairo
2 Kasr Al Nile Bridge
Ismailia, Qasr an Nile
Cairo, Egypt

Language: Arabic


This event is sold out.

FIRST TIME EVER!
Risk Management Initiative is finally coming to Middle East & North Africa with a full training in Arabic. 

Microfinance Risk Management Institution Assessment Training for Internal Staff is an in-depth, three-day training course designed for microfinance executive senior management, risk managers, internal auditors, and staff. Through interactive lectures, facilitated discussions, and a case study, participants learn to conduct their own gap analysis and create a strategic risk management development plan using the Graduation Model and Institution Assessment framework with step-by-step process.

Becoming a RIM trained assessor equips microfinance staff with the necessary skills to integrate the development of their risk management systems into their larger organizational strategy. This proven methodology helps build competencies to apply cost-effective methodology, based on industry best practices. In essence, this course eliminates the need to create a comprehensive risk management assessment methodology that aligns with your strategic plan. 

 Your registration includes a one-year dual RIM-PRMIA Sustaining Membership, a $500.00 value! This includes our Risk Management Mentoring Program. 

 
Learning Objectives
- Learn the components of RIM’s Graduation Model framework and its value proposition compared to traditional, single-bottom-line risk management frameworks
- Learn how to facilitate RIM’s Institution Assessment process, including critical factors within Graduation Model scoring
- Learn how to navigate RIM’s Graduation Model Encyclopedia
- Become familiar with RIM’s Institution Assessment implementation tools and resources

Prerequisites
This training will be most useful for participants in whose institution risk management is a current priority. To ensure robust discussions and for the training to be most effective, participants are required to have: 

• Currently working in the microfinance industry and in an MFI.
• Be fluent in comprehensive risk management in financial inclusion
• Have basic skills in MS Excel
• Personal laptop with Excel required for use during the course (macro-enabled)
• This course and materials will be presented in Arabic

Agenda
  Time   Content 
       
  Day One   Overview and RMGM Framework
  9:00am - 5:00pm
  Risk management in microfinance: RIM’s perspective and approach
Navigating RIM’s Online Resources; Introduction to Administrative Guide 
- Hands-on training: Off-site preparation, Scoring Matrix Overview, On-site assessment
- Group work: Case Study
  Day Two   Comprehensive Institution Assessment with RMGM
  9:00am - 5:00pm
  Case Study Work: Strategic Risk, Credit Risk, Financial Risk, Operational Risk, Financial & Social Goals; Analyzing Results
- Presentation of Assessment Results
  Day Three   Graduation Path Planning and Conclusion
  9:00am - 3:00pm   Graduation Path Workshop Presentations
- Mock presentations to:  Key stakeholderss, Board of Directors
- Next Steps: Feedback discussion RMGM Assessment training and toolkit
 
   



Logistics
     

   This event is sold out. 

REGISTRATION FEE

Standard Rate through May 10 -- $800.00
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Your fee includes:

- All world-class training, program materials, light snacks, beverages, and lunch
- Access to the full version of the Graduation Model Toolkit
- A one-year dual sustaining members to RIM and PRMIA ($500 value), if not already a member.
- The opportunity to join RIM’s exclusive graduation Model, MF Encylopedia, and the Institution Assessor Directory
  


  TRAVEL TO CAIRO 
Visa requests: If you require a travel visa, your invitation letter will be issued by our program host, ADA, upon full payment of your registration fee.  It is recommended a minimum of 30 days is allowed for processing.
Hotel Accommodations: Standard rooms at Steigenberger Hotel are available for a rate of US$145.00 per night/room. Click toReserve a Standard Room.  
 
    OUR EXPERTS

ADIL SADOQ
Mr. Adil Sadoq is a seasoned microfinance practitioner who rose through the ranks of Zakoura, a Microfinance Institution (MFI) in Morocco, which tops the MIX Global 100 list. Since 2002, he has been sharing his expertise as a consultant with a range of microfinance institutions, donors and microfinance network organizations throughout Africa and the Middle East. 

Adil Sadoq has significant experience as team leader designing and launching microfinance programs, including developing a branch network, designing, pilot-testing and rolling out new products, man resource strategy development and performance indicator monitoring. Mr Sadoq is a solid trainer who has been providing training in numerous microfinance training modules and is certified in social management and social audit for microfinance institutions. Adil Sadoq has also led and participated in several evaluations of projects and organizations.
   
Sa-Eun Park
, principal consultant and coach at MagpieVenture LLC, brings over a decade of experience in financial services working with commercial banks in the United States and microfinance and informal groups in various developing countries. As a financial inclusion consultant, she currently provides professional training, evaluation, consulting and coaching services globally to build the internal capacity of microfinance institutions. She specializes in risk management and risk-based product development. Her recent assignments in microfinance risk management have taken her to the Middle East , sub-Saharan Africa, and Southeast Asia to develop risk management frameworks, policies, and strategies in the regions. Previously, she managed complex economic development projects in Inclusive Financial Services at MEDA, where she designed and managed capacity-building projects and consultancies to better reach women, youth, rural, and under-banked populations across thirteen countries.

Sa-Eun has a master’s degree in development management with a concentration on microfinance and financial management from American University in Washington, DC, and an undergraduate degree in business administration from the University of California–Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. She speaks fluent Korean and English, with a working proficiency in French and basic Arabic.




Registration

- Registration fee is $800.00 US and includes program materials, light snacks, beverages, lunch, and a one-year dual Sustaining membership to PRMIA and RIM  
- Access to the full version of the Graduation Model Toolkit
- Advanced payment in full is required to secure your space. Invoice requests must be made and paid no later than 15 days from the event.
- Visa request letters will not be issued until full payment is made
- Cancellation can be made up to 10 days prior to the event start date for a refund of the registration fee
- Substitutions can be made at no additional fee
- Maximum attendance is 25
- Click "Register Myself" below to reserve your spot. Make sure to click "Continue" to proceed with your registration. (If this is your first time accessing the PRMIA website you will need to create a short user profile to register.)  

 
When
6/17/2019 3:00 AM - 6/19/2019 11:00 AM
Where
Steigenberger Hotel El Tahrir Cairo 2 Kasr Al Nile Bridge Ismailia, Qasr an Nile Cairo, Egypt EGYPT
 

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