The Microfinance Gateway, in partnership with the Risk Management Initiative in Microfinance (RIM), hosted a series of webinars on risk management for financial inclusion. As part of the series, the four webinars introduced tools and methodologies for microfinance institutions, advisory firms, and other financial service providers interested in strengthening risk management practices.
Find the recording of each webinar below, where our invited speakers discuss effective strategies and share practical tools that can be used to enhance risk management within the financial inclusion industry.
As the financial inclusion industry matures, it is important to ensure that the risk management profession continues to grow, adapt, and professionalize. This webinar features a conversation between the CEO of Professional Risk Managers' International Association and the Director of RIM. Speakers introduce a framework for developing financial inclusion risk professionals globally.
Target audience: Financial inclusion practitioners, including donors, consultants, technical assistance providers, and executives and board members of FSPs.
This webinar features a methodology and a toolkit for microfinance institutions (MFIs) interested in developing a risk management system. Speakers discuss the importance of integrating risk management into business strategy, how to develop a risk management system, and what resources are available for MFIs.
Target audience: MFI board members and senior managers.
This webinar discusses a practical methodology and a toolkit for technical assistance providers and consultants who support FSPs in developing standardized risk management systems. It provides insight into designing a risk management development plan aligned with business strategies of FSPs.
Target audience: Technical assistance providers and consultants who support FSPs in developing standardized risk management systems.
This webinar examines issues related to risk management in financial inclusion and discusses how RIM is leading a movement to address existing challenges. The dynamic panel discussion highlights key lessons and introduces a number of tools that can be used by practitioners.
Target audience: Financial inclusion practitioners including donors, consultants, technical assistance providers, and executives and board members of financial service providers (FSPs).