EIB Lends $12M to Credo Bank for Microfinance in Rural Georgia to Offset Effects of COVID-19 on Food Production
Credo will use the funds to on-lend primarily as working capital for people living in rural areas, with the aim of lessening the impacts COVID-19 has had on food production and the country’s agricultural sector.
Brighter Investment Investor Relations Manager Belinda Kuglenu argues that although school closures, rising unemployment rates and falling wages may result in delayed distributions to investors, the outlook for "long-term returns remain strong."
Thailand-Based Thitikorn Buying Microfinance Institution Myanmar Financial International Limited (MFIL)
Thai consumer finance firm Thitikorn recently secured agreement from the shareholders of Myanmar Financial International Limited (MFIL), a microfinance provider in Myanmar, to buy the company for no less than two times its audited book value.