SHORT-TERM CONSULTANCY OPPORTUNITY
Issued on: February 5, 2020
Submit by: February 15, 2020
For: Credit Union Regulator Trainings: Supervision and Audit of Credit Unions - Capacity Building of Regulator staff;
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
Period of Performance: March – June 2020
The Credit for Agriculture Producers (CAP) Project is a four-year project (2016-2020) funded by the United States Agency for International Development that is implemented by World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU). The purpose of the project is to strengthen the credit union (CU) sector in Ukraine to improve the quality of the financial services and products offered to farmers and agribusinesses in rural areas in Ukraine. The CAP Project supports broad-based resilient economic development through a multi-faceted approach to further develop Ukraine’s credit union sector.
SCOPE OF WORK
World Council of Credit Unions is seeking a credit union expert with experience in the European Union and with familiarity with the Ukrainian credit union market to carry out training for the new regulator – the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) that will focus on CU supervision, with particular “on-site” and/or “off-site” inspections and examinations, as well as tools for CU financial data analysis from the perspective of early-warning and compliance. Training participants will be selected employees of the NBU.
Specific objectives of the consultancy include:
The trainings should include practical exercises, tools and examples from other countries.
The initial consultancy will take place between March and April 2020. The anticipated work will include up to*:
*These figures are best estimates and might slightly vary upon assignment finalization
As noted above, additional follow-up training may be requested following the first training. Additional trainings, if requested, are anticipated to run through July 2020.
To apply, please submit the following to [email protected] by February 15, 2020.
This bid solicitation in no way obligates World Council of Credit Unions to award a contract, nor does it commit World Council of Credit Unions to pay any costs incurred in the preparation and submission of the application. World Council of Credit Unions reserves the right to vary any part of this bid solicitation at the time of award if it becomes necessary.