Human potential supported by quantitative and qualitative development - Ms. Maria de Fátima Silveira
Speech Seminar Opening on Risk Management
Mr. STUART KUFENI, General Secretary of the SADC-DFRC
Ms. Laura Katerça BDA representative
Dear Directors and Participants in the Seminar,
Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen:
On behalf of Saving and Credit Bank- BPC and the Angolan Development Bank -BDA, I great all those present and in particular our honorable guests, whom I wish welcome and great hospitality in our country.
Dear Sirs., Training presupposes the beginning of the application of knowledge and greater responsibilities in professional pursuits.
Therefore, we must deeply reflect on all that will be taught and shared on a trial basis between participants and helping to promote and encourage mutual cooperation in knowledge sharing.
The relentless pursuit of the alignment of the expectations of the institutions and their staff, have earned over the years, important role in the SADC-DFRC strategy to promote training activities in various fields, in order to support the quantitative and qualitative development of human potential, mainly in the southern region.
It should be noted that Angola is writing a new page in its history. In recent years, our country is going through a structural process of modernization and diverse and sustainable development, and it is therefore essential to development and promotion of the most valuable resource the country has, the national human resources.
The materialization of this goal necessarily requires mobilization of other important capital resource, where financial institutions are expected to play its role of prudent and quite rationally, as preventing any losses.
In a more accessible language, we can designate this particular threat to us in every moment of risk. Therefore, it is necessary to detect, evaluate and act on all occupational risks.
It is true that the greater or lesser concern with this matter reflects every financial system management culture as well as the context in which they live.