Minister of Industry and Commerce of Iceland visits Creditinfo Georgia
On Tuesday 7th June, Creditinfo Georgia hosted H.E. Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, Minister of Industry and Commerce of Iceland.
Here is the Creditinfo Malta team with Martin Maxa (Marketing Manager at Creditinfo Solutions) and Ieva Bieliunaite-Jankauskiene (Marketing Manager at Creditinfo Group) who came for team meeting with Emma Camilleri (Operations Support Manager for Creditinfo International) at Creditinfo Malta.
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PRESS RELEASE Lomé, Jun 28th 2016
For French version of Press Release, please click here
Under the aegis of the BCEAO National Directorate for Togo, and in the presence of Professional Associations of Banks and Financial Institutions (ABPEF) and microfinance institutions (APSFD) of Togo, was held this day, a ceremony for the signing contracts for the provision of services between on the one hand, the Credit Bureau (BIC) of the WAMU, Creditinfo VoLo , and, on the other hand, the 21 regulated institutions of Togo, including 13 banks, 2 financial institutions and 6 microfinance institutions (See list in the Annex below). Continue reading »
The Big Data Summit (Malta) is the first event of its kind to be held in Malta aimed at bringing together an international group of business leaders, policy makers and technology leaders to discuss the future of the global economy and how big data and advanced analytics is already transforming the business world as we know it. Crediitnfo Malta were pleased to be a partner of the event and to join one of the dicussion panels.
Panel Discussion: Big data – How brave a new world?
From the left to the right: Joseph Hardin, Vice president of product Leadership, Charles Radclyffe,Serial Entrepreneur and Big Data Expert, Wilfried Grommen, CTO at Hewlett Packard and Simon Camilleri, CEO of Creditinfo Malta.
The first specialized forum for microfinance organizations the Risk Challenge Micro 2016: Micromarkets. Macroscopes took place in Almaty on the May 15, 2016. The forum was organized by the First Credit Bureau with support of “Damu” Entrepreneurship Development Fund” JSC, National Chamber of Entrepreneurs “Atameken”, Akimat of Almaty, Kazakhstan Association of FinTech organizations (specialized association for Internet-lenders) and others partners.
A 2 Day classroom based workshops in Kenya and Tanzania on Fraud Risk Management by Nolan Williams
We are pleased to again introduce Nolan Williams from The Risk Consultancy (who gave a webinar last month). Nolan will be delivering a 2 day workshop in Kenya and Tanzania on Fraud Risk Management.
Nolan is experienced in the design and implementation of fraud risk management frameworks and training programs. He is recognized as an Operational Risk Management expert and speaker at international events.
- Tanzania – 26th and 27th of May 2016 at the Ledger Plaza-Bahari Beach Hotel in Dar es Salaam.
- Kenya – 30th and 31st of May 2016 at the Southern Sun Mayfair Hotel, Parklands Rd in Nairobi.
The World Bank gave some key findings at the BNM-IFC Credit Infrastructure conference
The World Bank Group gave some interesting key findings during the conference in Kuala Lumpur where Paul spoke on the 4th of April. The key findings are related to the positive relationship between access to finance and job growth.
- Increased access to finance results in increased job growth in developing countries
- Firms with access to a loan exhibit employment growth between 1 and 3 percentage points larger than firms with no access to finance
- Introduction of credit bureaus (CBs) increases employment growth by over 5 percentage points compared to countries where CBs do not exist
- Association between finance and job growth is stronger among MSMEs than among large firms
- MSME firms with access to a loan have between a 1 and 4 percentage point larger employment growth than MSMEs without a loan
- Introduction of CBs elicits a job growth response among MSMEs that is over six times larger than that among large firms
Click on the link below to see more detailed pages of the Key Findings
Or visit the World Bank’s Website for more info
Paul Randall spoke at BNM-IFC Credit Infrastructure conference in Kuala Lumpur
In April, Paul Randall spoke at the BNM-IFC Credit Infrastructure conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He gave a presentation about the role and impact of developing and -or strengthening credit reporting systems. At the conference, Paul gave, for more than 100 attendees, his thoughts and ideas about the role and impact of developing and/or strengthening credit reporting systems. He gave insights based on real business cases related to the expected versus impact development and impacts on the financial sector after the implementation of successful credit reporting systems. The other themes covered during the conference were credit reporting, credit registry, secured transaction, insolvency 7 creditor rights, as well as other current issues. You can find his presentation and all the other presentations via the link below.
If you would like to see all the presentations click on the link below.
26th -27th May 2016 in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and
30th – 31st May 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya.
If you are interested in Developing a Fraud Risk Management Program or wish to learn how to Assess Fraud Risk, then this is for you.
Contact us for more info. or download the course brochures with details of how to register.