Creditinfo Academy were very pleased to welcome Mr. Paul Gauci today.
Paul delivered an inspirational presentation on “Change Management”. Paul is a training and development professional from Malta who lectures regularly at the University of Malta and who this year, also celebrates 34 years as Head of Training & Development at the Bank of Valletta.
You can view his presentation here: Enabling Growth through Change creditinfo
You can watch his presentation video here: Vimeo
Paul can be contacted via http://about.me/paulgauci
Also, vvia Linked In mt.linkedin.com/pub/paul-gauci/a/197/63b
More about Azerbaijan
As you may remember, in November, we told you that we were the finalists, along with CRIF, for a tender to become the operator of the First Credit Bureau in Azerbaijan.
Before selecting the winner, the Executive Committee wanted to clarify a few issues relating to the hardware of each organisation. In December, Tomáš Tichý,Radek Bittner, Paul Randall and Reynir gave a presentation in Baku. According to Paul his presentation was fantastic and Reynir’s was OK! (how cheeky!).
Anyway, the Committee now want to visit both organisations, so at the end of January they will be going to IBCH in Kiev and to CRIF HQ in Bologna. Afterwhich they will advise who will receive the tender. Watch this space….
On a side note, we bumped into William Haigh as we were leaving the IFC office.
We won the tender in Afghanistan
As you may already know, we won the tender for developing the Public Credit Registry (PCR) system for Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) to enhance access to financial resources and loan facilities in the country. Reynir signed the contract for the project in Kabul in February 2013.
Creditinfo Academy visits Tanzania
Creditinfo Tanzania, the first licenced credit bureau in Tanzania, provided yet another first of its type for the country, a “Credit” themed training programme delivered by Creditinfo Academy. The training was held at the prestigious Serena Hotel in Dar es Salam on 4th and 5th February 2014.
The training covered many areas including the use and understanding of credit bureau data, how credit scoring works and scorecard development. Most sessions were interactive to provide active involvement and help learning. Continue reading »