The Banking Association South Africa is an industry body representing all registered banks in South Africa. These include both South African and international banks. The Main Board of the Association comprises the Chief Executives of the five largest South African banks, two Chief Executives representing international banks and two Chief Executives representing the other South African banks.
The broad role of The Banking Association is to "establish and maintain the best possible platform on which banks can do responsible, competitive and profitable banking". A critical role of The Banking Association is to work with its members to enable this role within the context of the transformation challenges our country is addressing. ... [according to site editor's information]
AFRACA is the Association of Central Banks, Commercial Banks, and Agricultural Banks, Micro-finance Institutions and National Programmes dealing with agricultural and rural finance in Africa. The mission of AFRACA is to improve rural finance environment through the promotion of appropriate policy frameworks, which enables sustainable financial institutions to increase their outreach, improve their provision of financial services and disseminate innovative practices. ... [according to site editor's information]
L’Association Professionnelle des Institutions de Microfinance au Mali a pour mission de défendre les interêts matériels et moraux de la profession et d’offrir à ses membres des services de renforcement des capacités et d’organisation. Ses objectifs sont :
* Maintenir, améliorer les relations avec ses membres, les partenaires et le public ;
* Promouvoir le développement, la croissance et la pérennité de ses membres ;
* Etablir et renforcer les standards et normes pour ses membres. ... [selon les information de l'éditeur du site]
The Tanzania Bankers Association (TBA) is an association of banks and non-bank financial institutions. The objectives of TBA are inter alia
* To facilitate the consideration and discussion of matters of common interest to members.
* To develop and maintain a code of banking practice for its members and to facilitate the harmonisation of operations in the banking sector.
* To facilitate the promotion of on-the-job training as well as professional training leading to professional banking qualifications or other relevant qualifications in the banking industry. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]