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Executive Management

CEO - Undrakh Nergui

Finance Director - Odonchimeg Myagmarjav (Interim)

Risk Management Director - Oyunbileg Odsuren (interim)

Branch Management Director - Munkhtsetseg Batmunkh

Business Development Director - Jon Hiebert (interim)

IT Director - Oyunbold Battumur

Human Resource Director - Hishigjargal Bayanjargal

Internal Auditor - Oyuntuya Baatar


Organizational Structure



      Governance Structure

Netcapital is a limited liability company registered under Mongolian Law.  Shareholders comprise the primary authority who appoint the Board of Directors (Board).  

The Board is comprised of committees including the Audit, Comprehensive Risk Management, and Governance & Remuneration Committees.  The Audit Committee is responsible for credit, financial, internal control, compliance and anti-money laundering activities and oversight of the organization to ensure policies and procedures are being followed accurately. The Comprehensive Risk Management Committee is responsible for outlining the risk framework, risk appetite, risk metrics, business continuity plan and stress tests for the organization. The Governance & Remuneration Committee is responsible for organizing and approving the succession plan for the CEO, the annual shareholders meeting, the company Code of Conduct, Board and committee performance review and the hiring of new Board members.

Management is divided into three committees under the authority of the CEO, the Risk Management, Executive and Credit Committees.  The Risk Management Committee is responsible to manage the organizations assets and liabilities, market and other risk excluding credit risk, whistle blowing, credit risk limits and new product approval activities.  The Executive Committee is responsible to manage human resources, business plan and budget, organizational structure, department charters, strategic plan implementation in the form of the balanced scorecard, financial and social performance, information technology and internal control activities of the organization.  The Credit Committee is responsible to approve all loans above the limit set by the Comprehensive Risk Committee and all credit risk aspects of the organization.