Risk Management in Development Finance Institutions

Estimated cost: R10 001 – R20 000
Field Of Study: Executive Development
Department Name: USB-ED

Objectives:

Development finance Institutions came into prominence after the Second World War when many developed and newly independent developing countries adopted national policies and plans for rapid industrial and agricultural development. The DFIs were set up by their governments as specialised financial institutions to provide long-term financing and technical assistance to sectors that promote the country's economic development and growth, which are not normally looked after by commercial banks in their formative years. DFIs have an important role to play in a country's development and are an integral part of its financial system. Effective implementation of national development plans requires efficient, financially sound and well governed DFIs that address the country's developmental objectives in areas where neither the executive arms of government nor private sector are able to do so effectively.

Entry Requirement: Professional 3-year Bachelor’s degree/Advanced Diploma or Equivalent Qualification
Certificate Type: Competence
Delivery Mode: Contact
Duration: 2 Months
Presentation Language: English
Contact Person Email: info@usb-ed.com
Contact Person Phone: (021) 918 4488
Latest Year Offered: 2019