InM organised an international training course on Advanced Risk Management for Sustainable Growth of Microfinance Institutions during 21 – 25 April 2019 at InM Training Center, Dhaka to address the prudent risk management initiatives and efficiency of microfinance field operations practiced in the microfinance sector of Bangladesh. Senior professionals of Nepal and the Philippines microfinance organisations and a cooperative joined the training course. This five-day course was designed to help MFIs to develop and improve the quality of their own risk management processes. The main focus was on problem prevention, early detection, and control. The course followed a combination of case studies, practical exercises and current affairs to bring material to life vis-à-vis covered the advanced risk management in a dynamic and interactive learning environment. Participants also visited Grameen Bank and the Sojag- NGO-MFI , their field and head offices, PKSF and InM headquarters to learn hands-on experiences. Dr. Mustafa K. Mujeri, Executive Director, InM inaugurated the training programme and Dr.Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad , Chairman, InM distributed the certificates to the participants in the closing ceremony. Dr. Sadeque, Director, InM , was the course coordinator of this international course. It is hoped that the participants could clearly identify how advanced risk management can benefit the MFIs to ensure sustainable growth in the years to come.