6th Development Bank Management Program

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This two-week program is the specialization portion for Level 2 and intended for candidates who have attended the Core Development Banking Program (Level 1). However, participants who are not candidates to the credentialing program can also attend the course on stand-alone basis. This course is relevant for participants from development banks and other development financing institutions as well as officials from commercial banks with development finance portfolio.

The general objective of the course is to enhance the managerial and technical capabilities of management level personnel with focus on development banking. In particular the course is designed to equip participants with the understanding of corporate banking management including corporate finance, marketing management, good governance, and people management. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to recognize the vital responsibilities of a manager and conceptualize an effective organization.

It consists of two groups of training modules, namely:

Module Group 1: General Management and Management of People; and Module Group 2: Bank Operation Management and Financial Management. The first group of modules include, but not limited to, the training modules on: strategic management, management of people, and systematic managerial analysis. The second group of modules include: financial management system, treasury and risk management, credit analysis for long-term investment projects, loan management, and performance management.

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