April 15, 2019, Washington, DC – Representatives of FINCA Microfinance Bank Limited in Nigeria (FINCA Nigeria) and of the Nigerian government held talks to advance financial inclusion and economic development in the country.
February 8, 2019, Washington, DC – FINCA Impact Finance (FIF) announced the appointment of Caren Robb as Chief Operating Officer of FINCA Microfinance Global Services, LLC.
February 6, 2019, Washington, DC – FINCA Impact Finance (FIF) announced a new partnership with the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) to further develop its business continuity management (BCM) practices.
FINCA Impact Finance invites you to our International Women's Day event in Washington, DC. A panel of women experts moderated by FINCA Impact Finance CEO Andree Simon will discuss whether fintech really can help close the gender gap.
In a new International Banker op-ed titled “Why Responsible Finance Institutions Should Embrace ‘Uberization‘”, FINCA Impact Finance (FIF) President & CEO Andree Simon discusses one of the 2019’s biggest fintech trends–partnerships between banks and fintechs, including peer-to-peer (P2P) platforms.
World savings day is here—and it is the perfect time for you to start practicing saving your hard earned money.
FINCA Microfinance Bank Ltd Nigeria and Opportunity International Edufinance have partnered to expand access to education loans in South East Nigeria. The partnership, via Opportunity’s EduFinance Technical Assistance Facility (ETAF)
On On May 17, 2016, FINCA Microfinance Bank Nigeria launched FINCA eXpress in Owerri, Imo State, which came off as Nigeria’s first successful agency banking model at the microfinance level. The model had received the approval of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
Microfinance Pioneer FINCA launches FINCA Impact Finance—a new model for responsible financial services
27 April 2017, Washington, DC – FINCA, the global institution that pioneered Village BankingTM and helped prove the sustainable microfinance model as key to economic development, today announced the launch of FINCA Impact Finance.FINCA Impact Finance will continue to deliver on FINCA’s 30-year legacy of reaching underserved people with responsible financial services while increasingly leveraging digitization and mobile financial services.
Living or working far from a bank branch is a massive disadvantage for millions of poor people around the world. Without access to financial services, businesses can’t grow, incomes remain low and families can’t save. In addition, people often risk losing money from time traveled or theft on the journey to a bank far away.