Master class by World Bank expert Fabrizio Fraboni Featured

Published in Archive 2017-2018

On 3rd of April at Westminster International Univerisity in Tashkent (WIUT) Fabrizio Fraboni, leading expert at the International Finance Corporation, conducted a master class for WIUT, MDIS and IUT students. During the master class  Fabrizio Farboni told the history of creation of World Bank, it's goals, the role and importance of credit information, the role of credit bureaus in filling the gaps. Also he led a discussion of the financial sector and credit reporting systems in Uzbekistan. 

Fabrizio Fraboni is a Global Expert on Credit Infrastructure development at the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group. He covers ECA region working currently on several projects in Central Asia and Balkans.

Fabrizio has over 20 years of experience in the financial sector and started his career working at International division of Trans Union Corporation, a Chicago, Illinois-based major credit information agency in the U.S. He worked in Mexico and Canada to establish credit bureaus operations and then moved to Europe leading the European Division. In 1998 Fabrizio joined CRIF S.P.A., the major Italian Credit Bureau as Director of Strategic Planning and International Operations. In this capacity he covered several positions within the Group such as CEO of the International Division, General Manager of insurance Bureau in the United Kingdom, Managing Director of Credit Bureaus in Czech Republic , Russia, Slovak Republic, Poland. He also led other risk management services companies, operating in Credit Information, Predictive Analytics, Software and Decision System, Consulting and Collection services in UK, Austria, Mexico, Poland, Germany, USA, and China. His duty included the responsibility of strategic partnership relations with international equity partners such as Trans Union (US), EOS (Germany), KSV (Austria), Huaxia (China). Fabrizio also served as a member of the Board of Directors in all Group’s international subsidiaries.