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Elective Course Schedule Grid

 

The 2019 Boulder MFT course schedule grid will be published at a later date.  To gain a better understanding of the course schedule and courses, please refer to the 2018 course schedule grid (below).

Our program management team is available and would be happy to discuss the courses with you and can be reached at info@bouldermicrofinance.org


The 2018 program featured the Digital Financial Services (DFS) concentration including courses covering different themes of this important evolving aspect of Financial Inclusion.

For more information about the concentrations, click here.

Click on the colored buttons above the grid to highlight the courses that were part of each concentration.  

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  Week 1
(July 23-27)
Week 2
(July 30 - August 3)
PLENARY
SESSION
8:30am-10am
The Boulder Master Class: New Financial Inclusion Paradigms
(Robert Christen, Natasa Goronja)
  COFFEE BREAK: 10:00-10:30
MORNING ELECTIVE
10:30-13:00
The New Digital Finance Landscape: Opportunities, Threats and Options for MFIs
(Aiaze Mitha)
Developing Digital Strategies and Business Cases whilst Managing Risk
(Susie Lonie)
Customer-Centric Models and Digital Solutions – From Strategy to Practice
(Gerhard Coetzee)
The Role of Financial Service Providers in Digital Finance Ecosystems
(Xavier Faz)
Analyzing MFI Performance
(Blaine Stephens)
Internal Control and Fraud Prevention
(Aldo Moauro)
Microcredit Methodologies
(Sahar Tieby)
Strategic Leadership: Planning in a Dynamic Environment - The Role of Strategy
(Peter Lengewa)
How to Set Interest Rates and Analyze Associated Risks
(Sousan Urroz-Korori)
Managing and Regulating Transformation of MFIs
(Kimanthi Mutua, William Steel)
  LUNCH
AFTERNOON ELECTIVE:
14:30-17:30
Supervising / Regulating Digital Financial Services for Financial Inclusion
(Denise Dias, Salvador Chang)
Regulation and Compliance for Inclusive Digital Finance: Lessons for Regulators, Providers, and Donors
(Ivo Jenik)
Beyond Mobile Money: Practical Tools for Powerful Finnovation
(Mike McCaffrey)
Small and Medium Enterprise Finance in the Digital Era
(Anup Singh)
Strategic Leadership: Maintaining Relevance in Times of Exponential Change
(Momina Aijazuddin)
Linking Leadership and Strategic Human Resource Management to Institutional Success
(Kim Pityn)
Financial Analysis for Microfinance Institutions
(Petronella Chigara-Dhitima)
Powerful Tools for Managing Growth, Profitability, and Impact
(David Richardson)
Reducing Vulnerability in the Digital Era: Using Financial Services to Help Clients Manage Risks
(Craig Churchill)
Non-Financial Risks: Root Cause of Institutional Challenges
(Hans Hekkenberg)
Product Development: Making Financial Products Work
(Indrajith Wijesiriwardana)
Facilitating Financial Inclusion: A New Approach for Funders
(Natasa Goronja)

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