Bankers from India, Nepal and Thailand study Philippine mobile banking

A study group of six bankers from India, Nepal and Thailand visited the Philippines on October 11-18 to learn about mobile phone banking in the country. The delegation was composed of Mr. Kudero S. Mahadevaswamy of the Reserve Bank of India, Mr. Madhav Prasad Ghimire and Mr. Khagendra Prasad Gautam of Nepal Rastra Bank, Mrs. Doungratana Satthavorasit of Bank of Thailand, and Mrs. Puntip Pitakwasad and Mrs. Kajiphan Mcentire of the Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (Thailand).
The tour was organized by the Asia-Pacific Rural and Agricultural Credit Association Center for Training and Research in Agricultural Banking (APRACA CENTRAB), the organization’s research and training arm. APRACA is a Bangkok-based regional association that facilitates and advocates mutual exchange of information and expertise in rural finance.

see full sizeA study group of six bankers from India, Nepal and Thailand visited the Philippines on October 11-18 to learn about mobile phone banking in the country. The delegation was composed of Mr. Kudero S. Mahadevaswamy of the Reserve Bank of India, Mr. Madhav Prasad Ghimire and Mr. Khagendra Prasad Gautam of Nepal Rastra Bank, Mrs. Doungratana Satthavorasit of Bank of Thailand, and Mrs. Puntip Pitakwasad and Mrs. Kajiphan Mcentire of the Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (Thailand).

The tour was organized by the Asia-Pacific Rural and Agricultural Credit Association Center for Training and Research in Agricultural Banking (APRACA CENTRAB), the organization’s research and training arm. APRACA is a Bangkok-based regional association that facilitates and advocates mutual exchange of information and expertise in rural finance.

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