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Board of Directors

 

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Frazer Hume - Chairman


Frazer joined Opportunity International in May 2011 as CEO of Opportunity Bank Serbia. He is also fulfilling a role as a Regional Director within the Opportunity International Group, overseeing business risk and governance at local board level. Previously Frazer worked for 29 years with the Barclays Bank Group in the UK, U.A.E and in a number of African countries where he held senior positions in risk and operations functions. His specialism is in risk management, with experience in a number of roles as Chief Risk Officer at Barclays Bank subsidiaries in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Zambia. Frazer was Head of Operations for the International Bank of Qatar (part of the National Bank of Kuwait Group). Frazer has held positions as an executive director on company Boards and committees. Frazer is an Associate of the Chartered institute of Bankers, UK and holds a BSc degree in Financial Services from the University of Manchester.

 

Frazer is also a non-executive Board member of Opportunity International Savings and Loans Ltd in Ghana 

 

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Mark Horwood -Member

 

Mark is an experienced commercial banker with a strong background in corporate banking and risk management both in the UK and in Africa. He has over 25 years international banking experience having worked for a number of banks in various Sub- Saharan Africa countries before joining Opportunity International in 2010 as Head of Risk.

 

Previously Mark worked for 23 years with the Barclays Bank Group in the UK and in Ghana before moving to Uganda where he was Group Head of Risk for DFCU Limited and then Executive Director with Orient Bank responsible for Operations, IT and Risk.

 

Mark is also a non-executive Board member of Opportunity International Bank Malawi Limited and Opportunity International Savings and Loans Limited in Ghana

 

Mark is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of London.
 

 

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David Wiegman

David Wiegman  Member

 

David Wiegman joined Opportunity International in 2014 as the regional finance manager for Latin America and Eastern Europe. His current role is VP, International Finance where he is responsible for working with finance professionals at Opportunity’s various entities to develop their financing plans. His corporate finance experience includes time spent doing M&A work all over South America and building the operations for an outdoor advertising company in China. Mr. Wiegman also served in senior financial management at Chicago-based Universal Outdoor, a fast growing outdoor billboard company that he helped take public and he led the Finance group in completing more than $800M in acquisitions before assisting in the merger with another public outdoor advertising company.

 

Mr. Wiegman received a B.A. in Economics and Business from Wheaton College and holds an MBA in International Business from Olivet Nazarene University. He is fluent in Spanish and lives with his wife in the Chicago suburbs.

 

 

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S-P O’Mahony – Member


S-P O’Mahony has extensive experience in the field of international relations, foreign capital investment and regional development, as well as being a marketing and sales professional. During his career he has contributed to the activity of international institutions such as British Airways, Malév and the Embassy of Ireland in Romania. He is working with GoodBrand, a consultancy specialised in developing corporate social strategy.
  

 

   

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János Bereczki – Member


János Bereczki has over 17 years of experience in managing business and leading teams. He fulfills the role of Chief Executive Officer of the company since June 2016. As former Deputy CEO of Opportunity Microcredit Romania, he has coordinated the activity of departments: sales, risk and marketing communications.

 

János has a strong belief about the positive role of microfinance in Romania and in his over 12 years activity at OMRO he was involved in elaborating the development strategy of the institution and in the management of the lending activity of the company.

 

Previously Janos worked for 6 years for a Romanian local corporate company where he held various senior positions as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Executive Officer.

 

He has a Bachelor degree in economics from Western University of Timisoara. 

 

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More than:

18,240

disbursed loans

RON 289,947,770

disbursed value

22,815

jobs sustained

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