Microfinance for Bankers and Investors Understanding the Opportunities and Challenges of the Market at the Bottom of the Pyramid

ISBN-10: 0071624066
ISBN-13: 9780071624060
Edition: 2009
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Book details

List price: $56.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 5/18/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 352
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.386

Preface
Introduction
Understanding Clients, the Market, and the Opportunities
The BOP Market Up Close (and Personal)
Who Serves the BOP Market-and Who Doesn't?
Four Critical Challenges in the BOP Market
Products for the BOP Market
Three Products: Insurance, Housing Finance, and Remittances
Models and Corporate Choices
Corporate Choices
Commercial Banks as Microlenders
Partners at the Last Mile: Retailers, Banking Agents, and Insurance Companies
Models of Financing Inclusive Finance
The Emerging Industry of Inclusive Finance
Building the Infrastructure for Inclusive Finance: The Enabling Environment
Credit Bureaus and Credit Scoring
Last-Mile Technologies
The Technological Base: Payment Systems and Banking Software
Building the Market for Investing in Microfinance
Socially Responsible Returns
Approaches to Social Responsibility
Client Protection and Proconsumer Inclusive Finance
Measuring the Social Bottom Line
Banking Models
ICICI Bank: Shaping Inclusive Finance in India
Citigroup Fosters Commercial Relationships with Microfinance Institutions
Banco Pichincha and the Service Company Model
Banco Bradesco: Twenty-First Century Postal Banking
New Players: Retailers, Insurers, and Telecoms
Banco Azteca: A Retailer Surprises Mexico's Financial Giants
Vodafone: A Bold Move into Financial Services for Kenya's Poor
G-Cash: Filipinos Text Their Way to Mobile Banking
Industry Developers
Visa: Social Benefit Systems That Benefit Everyone
Temenos: Creating Core Banking Systems for Microfinance
Creditinfo: First Credit Bureau in Kazakhastan
Financing Models
MF Analytics and Citibank: The Securitization of BRAC Loans
Credit Suisse: Bringing Compartamos to the Market with a Successful IPO
Sequoia Capital: Private Equity and Indian Microfinance
Social Responsibility
ANZ Bank: If the Mountain Will Not Come to Us, Then We Must Go to the Mountain
Equity Bank Goes to Schools
Triodos Bank and the Global Reporting Initiative
Acknowledgments
Endnotes
References
Index

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