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The Iraqi Microfinance Network (“IMFN”) in cooperation with the Technical Assistance Facility of the SANAD Fund for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises cordially invite you to the upcoming event

"Advanced Loan Officers Training"

17 to 20 June 2013, Erbil

The training will focus on loan officers’ responsibilities over the credit cycle in compliance with microfinance best practices. The topics covered include:

  • Business appraisal and financial analysis
  • Loan structuring and repayment schedules
  • Delinquency management
  • Responsible finance practices and Client Protection Principles
  • And other daily tasks related to loan officers’ responsibility for maintaining a healthy and well structured loan portfolio

For more details please find attached the training agenda.

Mr. Izz Al Taweel has more than 15 years of professional experience in working with microfinance and financial institutions, in addition to SME business development. He has strong expertise in the topics of: training, customer service, strategic planning, product development, and project implementation.

This course is designed for loan officers and senior loan officers of Iraqi microfinance institutions.

Course Logistics
The training will be held at the Canyon Hotel, Erbil ( from 17 – 20 June 2013.   Classroom hours are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

How to register 
Please submit the name(s) of your nominees by 12 June 2013 to Ms. Nadia Shehab (Contacts:, 07810575522).  
Please note that the maximum number of participants will be 20.

Training Fees
The training fees will be: $350 per participant. Training fees include training material, luncheon and refreshments.

IMFN is happy to assist participants with hotel reservations in the Palmyra Plaza Hotel
Single Room: $75
Double Room:  $85

Click here to read the workshop agenda.

IMFN & SANAD are looking forward to welcoming you at this distinguished training opportunity!
Thank you

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