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Abhishek Pandya
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  • Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  • India
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What is your Interest?
Corporate Responsibility, Sustainable Development, Environment, Microfinance
Represent:
Individual
Name of Company / Organization:
Satin Creditcare Network Ltd.
What is your current job title / department?
Regional coordinator
Seniority Level
Manager-Level
Department
Operations
What would you most like to get out of this network?
Networking, Share Best Practices, Potential Partners, Career Opportunities, Potential Investors
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
The Experience counts and i worked with grassroot level leading organization in their geograhical area. I dont have experience too much thus i m here to learn more with experience sharing and skill i have are:

Operations Management: Planning & Implementation of Operation at field, Design and implementation of internal control system, Information Systems, Design and implementation of internal control system, costing and pricing of products, carrying out market research.

Financial Management: Accounting System, Delinquency Measurement and Management Financial Analysis

Institutional Building: Risk Assessment and Strategy formulation

Project Management: Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of Project, Budgetary Planning and Project Proposal Writing

Process Mapping, Micro Level Planning, Participatory Rural Appraisal.
Website
http://www.satincreditcare.com

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Microfinance

Posted on March 31, 2009 at 6:53am 4 Comments

Micro finance, a very authoritative tools for the eradication of impoverishment of rural or urban poor. Over the last one decade, Micro finance flashes its lights of economical and social empowerment on the darkness of poverty, barrenness, dearth, destitution, dire straits,etc.Micro finance, a chain that assist the resource poor or credit less for the mainstreaming of the resource poor community. Someone who changed the entire Micro finance sector drastically is none other than The Noble Prize… Continue

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At 1:02am on May 9, 2008, Development Crossing said…
Hi Abhishek,
Welcome to Development Crossing! You might also be interested in joining the microfinance group...found here.
At 6:51am on November 25, 2008, Jerry Peloquin said…
Hi... where do you live and what do you do in the field... are you a loan officer?
Branch Manager? Tell me about yourself.

Jerry
At 7:16am on November 25, 2008, Jerry Peloquin said…
Well then Sir, I am honored to make your acquitntance... go to wwwmicroventuresupport.org That is our website ...it will be changing soon so keep an eye on it... looking forward to dialog here.
At 6:07am on November 26, 2008, Moushumi said…
Yes I am. Ive come to this network as u had sent a request.
At 11:27am on November 26, 2008, P. Uday Shankar said…
Dear Abhishek,
Nice to hear from you. Incidentally my son's name is also Abhishek!!!
Keep a tag on this website and a few other sites on microfinance and you are sure to learn a lot.
All the best.
Uday...
At 3:55am on November 29, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
HI Abhishek! Thanks for the invite. Welcome to our wonderful network. Keep in touch, carpe diem!
At 8:45am on December 5, 2008, B. Aiban B. Lyngdoh said…
Hello Abhishek, Its been a long time since Hyderabad PRAXIS my friend. Im fine, thanks. I see you are into the thick of things with microfinance... that is good to know...so what is the nature of your microfinance project in Dahod?
At 9:01am on December 5, 2008, B. Aiban B. Lyngdoh said…
Nice to know that. Im in London but will be back in India by the end of the month. Completed a Master in International health. Then will start looking for jobs again :)
At 1:16am on January 6, 2009, krishna said…
Thank you abhishek. Like to more about your activities and about this site as well. I am in Maputo engaged in consultancy activities in Finance, Accounts and insurance.
At 4:38am on January 12, 2009, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Hi Abhishek! May this year 2009 prove to be another productively fruitful year for you to attain your goals as you continue to dip your hands in development endeavors. 'Common' lending is indeed recent, I haven't been appraised much about it yet. If this is retail lending that's interest-bearing, cross your fingers it can't harm MFI. Zero-interest finance, such as what ancient Islamic banking offers till these days, is the one that can compete w/ MFI, but this is now a waning phenomenon even here in the Philippines where it was experimented on. Zero-interest lending thru the Yen Initiative Package used to be offered more on the wholesale financial markets, but this was already phased out as soon as the subprime housing mortgage imploded in the USA. What's clearly harmful to MFI is if allows itself as a forward linkage by the hedge funds, traded as such in the derivatives market, and I guess this would be a good area for research to find out hedging exposures of MFI engagements.

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