ADFIAP/AC conducts credit and risk management program for DBSI officers online

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ADFIAP, through its ADFIAP Consulting (AC) group, conducted an “e-Learning Development Program” for 24 officers of the Development Bank of Solomon Islands (DBSI) who participated in the 4-weeks, 3-days a week, 4-hours a day, training sessions.

The program covered the whole spectrum of lending operations – from loan origination to remedial management – for DBSI’s microfinance, consumer, SME, corporate and development loans. The training provided tools and techniques on how to effectively analyze, appraise, package, supervise and manage all types of projects from inception to completion/ wind-up and included effective market identification, loan appraisal, credit risk assessment, credit scoring and nurturing of a vibrant and sustainable loan portfolio.

Interactive lectures, using action-oriented methodologies, individual and group-structured learning case exercises were utilized to increase group participation and sharing of ideas. The training was capped with group presentations of loan proposals whose accounts were marketed and packaged by the participants themselves and presented to a pseudo credit committee composed of the DBSI CEO, Mr. Tukana A. Bovoro and the resource speakers from ADFIAP Consulting namely, Ms. Corazon Conde, AC Group Head, Atty Alberto Reyno, AC Managing Director and Ms. Arlene Orencia, AC Lead Consultant on Sustainable Finance.

The presentations validated the participants’ learnings on the various aspects of credit evaluation, particularly on risk management, financial analysis and credit scoring. In recognition of the exemplary performance of the participants, various awards and citations were given to outstanding individual and group performers in the training program.

For inquiries on the above e-learning development program and how ADFIAP can help through training and consulting services, please email at [email protected]

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