LIBT partners with ADFIAPโ€™s IDF to Promote Continued Learning among Finance Professionals

Asiaโ€™s pioneer in innovative delivery of world-class professional and academic qualifications, London Institute of Business & Technology (LIBT) recently entered into a partnership with the Institute of Development Finance (IDF), the professional training & career service center of the Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific (ADFIAP). 

As a result of this partnership, the ADFIAP Career Credentialing Program (ACCP) will be complemented with an additional globally-recognized postgraduate qualification offered by LIBT in Strategic Management, Accounting & Finance or Human Resource Management depending on candidatesโ€™ preferences and aspirations. 

Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Sesiri Pathirane, the CEO of LIBT, said: โ€œWe are honored to have partnered with IDF which is a globally recognized training and capacity-building body for development bankers. What makes this partnership fruitful is that both IDF & LIBT share the common goal of producing well-rounded and industry-ready professionals. Our learners will not only have the right skill set but also the mindset to confidently and competently perform in a chosen field and role; we are optimistic that this partnership will augur well for all parties involved.โ€

Meanwhile Mr. Enrique I. Florencio, Secretary General of ADFIAP remarked: โ€œExecutive education creates the time and provides an environment to gain new knowledge, self-reflect, and discover actionable ideas to re-energize and revitalize old methods. This initiative will provide an opportunity for the participant to step back & look at the big-picture, assess leadership skills and identify gaps & areas which require improvement.โ€ 

IDF is Asiaโ€™s first learning institute advocating continuous education and certification of the development banking profession. It is owned and administered by ADFIAP which is the focal point of development banks and other financial institutions engaged in the financing of sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region. It counts among its 87 member institutions in 36 countries and territories. ADFIAP is a founding member of the World Federation of Development Financing Institutions (WFDFI) consisting of similar associations in Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East, and a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). The permanent Secretariat of ADFIAP is based in Manila, Philippines.

LIBT is a leading provider of undergraduate, postgraduate, and corporate training programmes with a strong presence in over 15 countries in the Asia-Pacific region. LIBT is accredited by UK Government-regulated diploma & degree-awarding bodies such as ATHE & QUALIFI and is affiliated with some of the leading universities in the United Kingdom. The Institutionโ€™s growing body of alumni currently consists of over 1500 members employed in executive and managerial positions around the world, across a multitude of industries. 

Image 1 โ€“ Mr. Sesiri Pathirane, CEO, London Institute of Business & Technology
Image 2 โ€“ Mr. Enrique I. Florencio, Secretary General, ADFIAP

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