30 April 2014

Rwanda Represented At Banking School Conference in Kampala

Kampala — CDH Rwanda, an interbank institution which deals with money market instruments and capital markets is representing the country at the on-going East African Banking school conference in Kampala.

The conference is a regional conference organized jointly by the Uganda Institute of Banking and Financial Services, the Kenya Institute of Bankers, and the Tanzania Institute of Bankers.

CDH Rwanda is represented by Munyangaju Aurore Mimosa.

Speaking to The New Times Munyangaju said that, there is a lot to learn from the conference most especially in sharing the ideas with other bankers from East African Community (EAC) member states.

She said this was a golden opportunity to, “plan for the worst and hope for the best so that we contain the global financial crisis, as stronger economies and stronger institutions.”

The four days conference which is attended by different delegates is running under thee theme “Banking in the Era of Financial Turbulence”.

Conference participants were urged to manage risks, avoid pitfalls and capitalize on opportunities.

The banking school serves as a forum where bankers from the region, through expert presentations, interactive stimulations and debating syndicates are able to enhance their knowledge and intellectual capacity.

The opportunity to be derived from such a forum provides important personal contacts and a rare opportunity for valuable exchange of views in both a professional and social perspective.


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