Building on the success of the past three years, Malaysia’s Central Bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, and International Finance Corporation (IFC), have jointly hosted the 4th Credit Reporting and Risk Management training for over 150 regulators and credit reporting professionals from around the world. The five-day signature training—by invitation only - has been held in Bank Negara’s par excellence training centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The objectives of this one of a kind knowledge transfer gathering has been to provide the trainees with the opportunity to gain intermediate and advanced information on credit reporting, including but not limited to scoring, modeling, risk management, implementation, reform of credit reporting systems and best practices. While allowing time for discussions and exercises after each session, the training has offered ample opportunities for networking and strengthening professional ties as well as exploring potential cross country/region collaborations.
The list of invited trainees has comprised of banking regulators, policy makers, lenders’ associations, donors, local credit bureaus start-ups from around the world. Similarly, the diverse group of trainers has consisted of leading experts from the major entities in credit reporting fora and other relevant fields.
Besides raising awareness on the importance and benefits of credit reporting systems, the training has not only aided but also strengthened the process of developing comprehensive credit information sharing, particularly in emerging economies.
For more information on the agenda and presentations for the sessions please download: