• Fundeser successfully transformed from NGO to fully-fledged financial institution

    The Financiera Funderser, a non-governmental organization (NGO) specialized in microfinance, has started its operations as a fully-fledged financial institution offering financial services and technical assistance in underserved areas of Nicaragua. This milestone to transform from NGO to a regulated financial entity has been attained thanks to the efforts of the management and staff of the institution and the support of strategic partners.
  • Bimputh Finance receives loan from Rural Impulse Fund to increase financial inclusion in Sri Lanka

    Bimputh Finance, a Sri Lankan non-banking finance company received a loan of USD 750,000 from Incofin IM’s Rural Impulse Fund (RIF). The funds will be used by Bimputh to expand its microfinance operations on the island to create employment for thousands of low income families and increase opportunities for micro-, small and medium enterprises.
  • Launch of new FPM SA Fund to provide tailor made financing for MSMEs in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

    FPM SA, a new Fund for Financial Inclusion will support financial institutions targeting micro, small and medium enterprises in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Incofin Investment Management will act as the fund advisor for FPM SA, bringing on board its specific experience and knowledge of the financial services market for micro, small and medium enterprises in the DRC. Incofin cvso will contribute to the capital of FPM SA.

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