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chain based on accumulated experience in the process of economic and industrial development in Japan and Asian countries.


Fifteen (15) participants from SADC attended the workshop.

 

Resource Mobilisation

19th - 21st October 2015, Johannesburg, South Africa

The programme was aimed at enhancing skills of developing and implementing resource mobilisation strategies, processes, identification of sources of funds as well as uses of funds. The workshop was timely in view of continually declining grant funding and the low
share of foreign direct investment emerging markets particularly African economies.


This training was attended by twelve (12) delegates from DFIs from five (5) countries in the region. Countries represented were Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania and Swaziland.

 

Debt Management, Workouts and Restructuring

14th - 18th September 2015, Harare, Zimbabwe

The incidence of high credit failures and growing non – performing loans are amongst current challenges of most financial institutions and has accounted for the failure of many. Most often, problem loans have their roots in flagrant abuse of credit /loan policies and
poor analytical skills of some lending officers. Thus, sanctioning a performing loan or credit depends on strict adherence to good loan policies and procedures, and the character of the lending professionals among others.


The training equipped learners with fundamentals required in credit relationship management, managing problem loans and post investment strategies that will enhance optimal recovery of bad loans and also nurture redeemable ones to good standing.


Twenty three (23) delegates from development finance institutions and governments attended the workshop. Six (6) countries represented were, Botswana, Namibia, Seychelles, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

 

Investment Appraisal and Risk Analysis

7th - 11th September 2015, Harare, Zimbabwe

The objective of the programme was to develop skills to plan and assess investment projects, redesign projects, prepare project financing agreement and address stakeholder concerns. The programme was targeted at business and investment analysts involved in the appraisal and design of investment projects in development and investment banking and government.


Fifteen (15) delegates from development finance institutions and governments attended the
programme. Countries represented were Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.

 

Investment Appraisal and Risk Analysis

10th - 14th August 2015, Gaborone, Botswana

This was a special programme developed for the Botswana Investment and Trade Centre aimed at developing skills to plan and assess investment projects, redesign projects to add value, prepare project financing agreement and address stakeholder concerns. The programme was also aimed at discussing issues pertaining to foreign direct investments.

Areas covered included modern techniques of finance, financial modelling, applied economic analysis, risk analysis and risk management