Micro Success Story?: Transformation of Nongovernment Organizations Into Regulated Financial Institutions
Asian Development Bank, Regional and Sustainable Development Department, 2004 - 41 من الصفحات
The study examines the ownership structure, expectations, and achievements of microfinance institutions that have been established by transforming nongovernment organizations (NGOs) in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Although the number of such institutions is low, they have had a catalytic effect and major influence on the microfinance industry.
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عبارات ومصطلحات مألوفة
ACCIÓN accounts achieved ACLEDA Bank ADEMI Agencies amount areas Asia Association balance Banco BancoSol Bangladesh began Bolivia borrowers Calpiá Cambodia capital CARD clients commercial bank continued Corporation countries December deposit services depth Desarrollo Development Bank EDPYME employee equity established example expected FFP FIE Figure Financiera Financiera Compartamos Formal Financial Foundation founder NGO funds governance growth households improve increased individual initially International investment investors issue July K-Rep Latin America lending Level Limited loan portfolio loans March MFIs Mibanco microcredit microfinance microfinance institutions million mission mobilization NBFC Nepal Nirdhan notes offer operations organizations outreach Outstanding ownership ownership structure Peru poor poverty ratio Regulated Financial Institutions respective risk capital Rural savings serve share shareholders shown significant social sources specialized sustainability Table Tacna transfers transformed institutions Utthan voluntary deposit