This three-day course of the ADFIAP Career Credentialing Program (ACCP) is intended for top management and Board members of development finance institutions and other same-purposed financial institutions. Participants who have completed Levels 1 & 2 of ACCP can also attend the course.
The general objective of the course is to update and enhance the managerial and technical competence of the participants on development banking.
The 2-day program will include the following topics:
- Principles & Practices of Development Banking
- Roles & Responsibilities of Development Banking
- Bankability & Profitability Dimensions of Development Banking
- Relational, Regulatory and Performance Aspects of Development Banking
- Relationships of DFIs and government and Private Sector
- Regulatory and Performance Measurement Aspects
CEOs, Board Members, top senior managers of development banks and other financial institutions including commercial banks with a development finance portfolio.
2 days with 6 hours training activities each day; to be attached as pre-event of ADFIAP Annual Meetings and CEO Forum
METHODOLOGY FOR THE SEMINAR
A combination of lectures, illustrations, and workshops with case studies will be used in seminar delivery. Participation of participants in the discussion will greatly enhance the learning gains in the seminar.
After satisfactorily completing all the requirements of this 2-day program, the participants will be given the credential of “Fellow of Development Banking”
Alberto D. Pena, Ph.D. – Director, Management Development International and Associate Director, Office of the International Studies & Programs, Illinois State University, U.S.A.
- Pre-requisite Programs: A candidate, if not a top management or Board member , must have previously completed the ADFIAP Career Credentialing Program Levels 1 & 2.
- A candidate, if top management/Board member, need not complete the ADFIAP Career Credentialing Program Levels 1 & 2. However, full attendance and completion of this 2-day seminar-workshop is a must.
- For both 1 & 2 above, the participants will submit a paper on “Concepts and Practice of Developemnt Finance” including notable improvements and innovations in their respective organizations. Participants should propose a topic and submit an abstract before developing the final paper. Selected papers will be published by DFIAP for the benefit of practitioners of development finance.
- Proficiency in English as the 2-day program will be conducted in English.
After satisfactorily completing all the requirements of this 2-day program, the participants will be given the credential of “Fellow of Development Banking”.