Key Findings from the World Bank

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.
Key Findings:

  • 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 Speaking

Paul Randall spoke at BNM-IFC Credit  Infrastructure conference in Kuala Lumpur

image2In 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.


Fraud Risk Management training

cf0a0e46-df51-40f0-a051-0e49be9230dbCreditinfo is holding a 2 day Fraud Risk Management Course on the

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.

Click here for brochure for 26th -27th May 2016 in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Click here for brochure for 30th – 31st May 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya

We're top of the speakers list again!

Speaking at  the 12th Global Microfinance Forum 

This month Agata Szydlowska, Head of Financial Inclusion & CRB Awareness, Creditinfo Credit Bureau Expansion team (pictured right), Alexandra Aproiants, Senior Business Consultant, Creditinfo Solutions (pictured left) and Samuel White, Head of Sales & Marketing for Creditinfo International (taking the photo!), attended the 12th Annual Global Microfinance Forum, held in Berlin, Germany.

The conference was very well received by the participants and we received very positive feedback on the level of speakers and presentations. Our presentation was rated  an average rate of 3.8 from a maximum of 4 and we were told it added considerable value, and contributed significantly to the success of this event.
Congratulations to our triumphant trio!


Improving Credit Risk Management in Kenya

cikCreditinfo delivered an interactive workshop which took place at the Southern Sun Mayfair Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya on 16th and 17th February 2016, with attendees including senior bankers, micro finance and other professionals responsible for maintaining top quality loan portfolios, identifying risk management opportunities and designing financial solutions for clients in an evolving credit environment.

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3rd Regional CIS Conference in Kenya

Credit Information Sharing association (CIS) regional conferences are held in Nairobi to help create awareness on the developments of CIS in Kenya and the region.  This is a 2 day regional conference arranged by CIS Kenya, followed by a 2 day National Business Community Summit.

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Improving your Credit Risk Management in Kenya

iycrmCreditinfo Kenya in association with Creditinfo Academy and Creditinfo Solutions are holding a 2 day workshop 16-17 Feb ’16.

Five of their top international trainers will deliver this informative & interesting course at Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi Hotel, Kenya.

Book before the 29th January 2016 to benefit from a 10% discount.

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or got to for more info and to register .

The day when Lithuanian SME’s received their credit reports

Creditinfo Lithuania organized it’s first Open Door day – a special event for 70 thousand small and medium companies that received their own credit reports for free.   The purpose of this initiative was to present companies data that is available on the credit bureau. Continue reading »

The human face of big data – the trust advantage

The Creditinfo Global Forum 2015 held in Istanbul, Turkey in September 2015 brought together 175 influential specialists, practitioners and providers within the credit and finance industry from 57 countries. Amongst the participants were representatives from Central Banks, Commercial Banks, Credit Bureaus, MicroFinance Institutions, Regulatory Authorities, Financial Associations and many more.

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Creditinfo Global Forum, Istanbul, Turkey, 16th – 18th September 2015

email bannerThe Creditinfo Global Forum will host 175 of some of the world’s most influential finance and credit industry people from 64 countries, for 2 nights & 2 days in Istanbul, Turkey, from Wednesday, 16th September 2015 to Friday, 18th September 2015 at the Renaissance Polat Istanbul Hotel. Continue reading »