On September 22-25, 2014, the 5th Financial Infrastructure and Risk Management Training was held in Rabat, Morocco. NatLaw Senior Research Attorney Marek Dubovec, with the support of the International Finance Corporation, attended and participated as a trainer for two sessions. The first session “The Enabling Environment for Developing Secured Transactions- legal and institutional framework” provided an overview of the legal framework governing the creation, perfection, priority and enforcement of non-possessory security interests in movable assets. Marek shared the case study and experience of Malawi with the attendees. The second session in which Marek participated as a trainer was “The Role of Central Banks in Regulation and Supervision of Secured Lending”. Marek, with other trainers, discussed the role of Central Bank’s regulation such as those that establish prudential requirements in the facilitation of lending using movables.