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Now Hiring: Practice Lead, Digital Financial Inclusion (DFI)
M-CRIL is seeking a consultant with experience and knowledge in digital financial services and/or fintech to serve as practice lead for the design and development of its advisory practice in digital financial services and fintech for inclusion. The consultant will collaborate closely with leading funders and impact investors in the industry, as well as fintech businesses to identify requirements and undertake solution mapping.
M-CRIL Announcement – Country Manager, Myanmar
We are pleased to announce that Tirupathaiah Namani (Tiru) has taken charge of our Myanmar office as Country Manager, Myanmar from January 2019 and is based in Yangon.
Tiru has twenty years of varied experience in institutional assessments/ratings of MFIs, strategy & business planning, risk management, capacity buildings/trainings and conducting monitoring and evaluation of programmes in the areas of financial inclusion, agri-businesses and school assessments across 15 countries including Myanmar. He can be reached at email@example.com
Cambodia Microfinance Association Annual Conference 2018
Sanjay Sinha, MD, M-CRIL was invited by the Cambodia Microfinance Association(CMA) to moderate the first session on New Models, New Players, New Impact at the Annual Microfinance Conference (AMC) 2018 organised by them in Siem Reap on 14 December 2018. The theme of the conference was “Managing Change for a Sustainable Future: The Impact Journey Continues”. The conference deliberations included examining current business models which have spurred phenomenal growth for the last decade and their relevance and sustainability in the future. Discussions were also held on sectoral risks and effort in managing them including the role of modern technology.
AMC has taken place since 2008 and is considered the largest national gathering of the most influential people shaping the role of microfinance in Cambodia’s development and social contribution.
Notes from the Field 3: Fintech and the demand side challenge in financial inclusion
“Rural women are much smarter than you” thundered a leading official of the Niti Aayog when a member of a public audience had the temerity to challenge him about the adverse effects of demonetisation …
M-CRIL Microfinance Review 2014: Risk, regulation & reward
A financial & social analysis, this review is Volume 9 of a series that provides an empirical and analytical chronicle of thehistory of MFIs in India.
Making the Case for Outcomes Management to Financial Service Providers
What is outcomes management? How do financial service providers use outcomes data?
Author: Frances Sinha, Editor: Amelia Greenberg
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