ADFIAP/AC conducts one-on-one training for PIDB

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RosaADFIAP, through its advisory service unit, the ADFIAP Consulting (AC) Group, conducted a one-on-one training on lending aspects and practices for Ms. Rosa D.L.S Weilbacher, Manager of Administration in charge of the consumer and housing loan programs of the Pacific Islands Development Bank (PIDB) from May 16-29, 2014 at the ADFIAP Headquarters in Makati City, Philippines.

The specialized training program was designed to equip Ms. Weilbacher with the necessary skills on the essentials and major steps in the entire lending process such as credit investigation, property appraisal, credit scoring, underwriting/loan packaging, financial statement and ratio analysis, loan documentation, risk management, loan monitoring and supervision, early warning signals, remedial management and recovery methods. The training was supplemented by institutional visits to three (3) banks in Metro Manila and nearby provinces of Bulacan and Pampanga where Ms. Weilbacher was able to observe actual application of learnings received as well as to get briefings from bank officers on various lending programs and best practices.

PIDB https://www.pacificidb.com/ an ADFIAP-member bank, is a regional development finance institution established to assist member countries in accelerating their economic and social development through its lending and other programs. Current members include the Island of Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of Palau, the FSM States of Chuuk, Kosrae, Pohnpei, and Yap, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

ADFIAP, through its two service units, AC and Institute of Development Finance (IDF) are able to design and develop peer-to-peer and practitioner-based training courses for even one participant. For inquiries on specialized training for one or more participants, including on-site program delivery, please email the ADFIAP Secretariat at secretariat@adfiap.org

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