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Directors Forum

DIRECTORS FORUM – ASHANTI REGION

VENUE: SSNIT CONFERENCE HALL, ADUM-KUMASI

DATE: 6TH JUNE, 2017

THEME: BANK OF GHANA NEW BUSINESS RULES AND SANCTIONS




AGM! AGM!! AGM!!!

On Behalf of the Board of Money Lenders Association Ghana, We wish to inform you of the 7th Annual General Meeting (A.G.M) for 2016.

DETAILS

Date: Thursday, October 13 2016

Venue: Sunlodge Hotel, Tesano-Accra

Time: 8.30 am.

Theme: The theme for this year’s AGM is “Microfinance Institutional Sustainability: Key to MLAG’s Contribution to Financial Inclusion Model in Ghana”. Your presence will be very much appreciated. Counting on your cooperation.




Award Of Grant (25-067 MLAG)

Money Lenders Association Ghana has signed for a grant contract with BUSAC Fund Management for an advocacy activity on May, 24 2016. The Business Sector Advocacy Challenge Fund (BUSAC) is a component of support to private sector development programmes supported by DANIDA EU and USAID. The contract was signed by the Board Chair on behalf of the Association. In response, Executive Secretary and the Board Chair gave assurance that the fund will be put to good use and will not disappoint the Fund Managers. A total amount of GHS 120,067.50 is supposed to be used for the aforementioned project within six month. A satisfactory performance will see the Association having a good relationship with the Fund Managers and therefore could call for future supports.

The main purpose of the Fund is to assist the Association to engage Bank of Ghana on regulation for Tier 4 and other related issues. For instance, the Association will conduct a desk review of existing regulations governing operations of Money Lenders and a nation-wide survey on regulation of Tier 4 Money Lenders in Ghana. Sensitization workshops will also be organized at the Zonal levels across the country to sensitize members and the entire citizenry of Ghana about the findings of the research and the need to engage Bank of Ghana and related stake holders to provide an inclusive regulatory framework on self-regulation for the operations of Tier 4. There will also be an intensive media campaign not to create stakeholders’ awareness only, but also broadening the understanding of the scope of supervision mandates of MLAG which contributes towards enhancing understanding of activities of Tier 4 thereby informing the general public about the permissible activities of members of the Association with emphasis on Tier 4 or individual members which will have an overall effect of bringing about sanity in the system.