GroFin is a pioneering private development finance institution specialised in financing and supporting small and growing businesses (SGBs) across Africa and the Middle East by combining medium term loan capital and value-added business support. By generating employment, strengthening value chains and building markets, Grofin's investments bring about inclusive economic growth and improved living conditions in low and middle income countries where.
REDCAMIF is the Central American and Caribbean Microfinance Network. With the support of the Ministry of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Inter-American Development Bank through the Multilateral Investment Fund (BOD/FOMIN) and Oikocredit, REDCAMIF is promoting a microinsurance support programme, which aims to provide mechanisms for mitigation of risks to which the clients of MFIs are exposed.
The mission of the &Green fund is to prove that financing inclusive, sustainable and deforestation-free commodity production can be commercially viable and replicable. Innpact has supported IDH in the whole design, structuring and incorporation process of the Fund and provide ongoing support as a fund management advisor.
MIDF’s main objectives are to achieve long term sustainability in municipal services in the Western Balkans by providing financing for smaller infrastructure investments, improving cost recovery and municipal creditworthiness in these markets, and building up a commercial banking market for municipal lending by developing the skills of commercial banks to analyse and take municipal risk.
Innpact supported UNEP FI to develop a roadmap to scale up the financial sector’s contribution to sustainable development. The report was mandated by the Luxembourg Government and drafted in close collaboration with the financial sector and representatives of the civil society, through an open, creative and inclusive process.
Impact Finance is a Swiss-based investment advisor founded in 2010. It's vision is that private banking will progressively go back to financing the real economy and be accountable for its impact on the environment and the population. Its mission is to build a solid and sustainable model of asset management to accompany in their growth leading SME’s (Small and Medium Enterprises) generating positive social and environmental impact.
For more than 60 years, various agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) have offered microfinance services through integrated development programmes and self-standing microfinance institutions. Today, these programmes have been brought together under the Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance (AKAM).