NpM, Platform for Inclusive Finance, is the leading national platform in inclusive finance sector worldwide. Established in 2003, the platform brings together Dutch development organisations, social investors and commercial banks active in the inclusive finance sector. Together with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NpM’s 13 members share a commitment to expanding access to finance in underserved regions and to anticipate the changing need in the sector to grow towards a responsible industry. The members of NpM are active in over 90 countries and have committed EUR 2.8 billion to the inclusive finance sector. NpM’s activities are directed to the contribution of the financial sector in reaching the Sustainable Development Goals.

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  • We are working hard to ensure affordable financing – Whensu

    The Microfinance subsector has reiterated its commitment to ensuring affordable financing to Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) especially those at the bottom of the pyramid with regards to access to funding and enhancement of financial inclusion. In this interview, Mr. Valentine Whensu, President, National Association of Microfinance Banks (NAMB), harps on the subsector’s effort toward alleviating financial exclusion and creating jobs. Read more

  • Lack of financial inclusion impedes economic growth: UNB-E vice chairperson

    The lack of financial inclusion hinders economic growth and deprives citizens of better job and life opportunities, says Mohamed Nasr Abdeen, vice chairperson of the Union National Bank Egypt (UNB-E). Abdeen told Daily News Egypt that the public and private sectors should work together based on a well-studied plan to achieve financial inclusion in Egypt. Read more

  • Big Chinese banks asked to launch 'inclusive finance' units: Xinhua

    China's State Council has asked the country's big commercial banks to set up "inclusive finance" departments by the end of the year to support small businesses, entrepreneurs and farmers, and help alleviate poverty. Read more


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