Founded in 2004, The First Microfinance Bank - Afghanistan (FMFB-A) is part of the Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance (AKAM), which has programmes in over 10 countries throughout the developing world. FMFB-A's vision is to be recognized as the leading microfinance services provider contributing to poverty alleviation and economic development through the provision of sustainable financial services primarily targeting micro/small businesses and households. The bank provides credit and deposit products to a wide range of clients including micro, small and medium enterprises along with commercial banking and international remittance services.
Facility of IT technical support to Branches and HO users including branches by performing remote through Telephone, Ticketing and Onsite support.
To manage training, learning and capacity building programs at FMFB-A.
We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated 'Loan Officer' to join us who possesses excellent business development skills with a hunger to succeed. Reporting to the Branch Manager, the aim of this role will be to spearhead loan client acquisition for the branch and to originate quality loans of up to $10,000 for low and moderate-income borrowers.
With a positive attitude in everything, you do and every relationship you build, you will b...
This branch level position is responsible for providing assurance that the risk in his/her branch is managed following the bank’s policies and procedures, and falls within the acceptable level of risk appetite. The jobholder focuses on credit and operational risk, as well as mitigation of internal and external fraud.
The jobholder is responsible for reviewing Credit Applications files received from branches. The jobholder to provide assurance that credit risk of reviewed loan applications is managed following the bank’s policies and procedures and falls within the acceptable level of risk appetite. The jobholder focuses on credit and operational risk, as well as mitigation of internal and external fraud.
The Consultant will impart classroom training topics such as the minimum requirements for setting up the mobile money business/agent network, manage agent operations, team structures, partnerships, pricing, interoperability challenges, technology platforms, major implementation challenges and controls framework/risk mitigation.
The workshop will also impart basic knowledge on how to navigate challenges of regulation, agent and techn...