Microserfin

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USD 34 m

USD 1,928

Panamá

Soluciones de Microfinanzas S.A. (Microserfin), is one of the institutions of the BBVA Microfinance Foundation, renowned as the philanthropic body that contributes most to gender equality for development in Latin America, through its work in five institutions in the region (Panama, Colombia, Peru, Dominican Republic and Chile). Microserfin was created to support low-income microentrepreneurs using the Productive Finance methodology which offers financial services, training and accompaniment for urban and rural microentrepreneurs' progress through the profits from their productive activities. General Manager, Edison Mejía

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