BBVA Microfinance Foundation’s Institutions Establish Measures for the 2.2 Million Entrepreneurs It Serves During the Health Crisis
Aligned with its social purpose and in light of COVID-19’s progress in Latin America, BBVA Microfinance Foundation’s six institutions in five countries in the region have adopted urgent and necessary measures to help its 2.2 million clients cope with this situation.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, provided Banco General, S.A., a loan of $150 million for mortgage lending for low and middle-income families in Panama, at the end of 2019.
EFSE partners to provide agricultural businesses with much-needed liquidity in local currency to combat economic effects of coronavirus crisis.
The collaboration enables UNFCU members to transfer money to mobile wallets in select countries in local currencies.
FINCA Malawi Receives Initial Disbursement of a $1.5 Million Loan Facility From the Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries
Through a network of 23 branches and 63 active agents across the country, FINCA Malawi serves more than 70,000 clients offering individual and group loans, savings and insurance products specifically designed for low-income entrepreneurs.
IFC and Switzerland Partner to Help Develop Agricultural Capital Markets in Ukraine, Benefiting Small Farmers
Small farmers will have improved access to finance given a new endeavor that aims to boost capital markets development in Ukraine, enabling refinancing opportunities for creditors in agriculture.