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 3.3 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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  • BLOCKCHAIN: OPPORTUNITIES FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISES IN EMERGING MARKETS

    IFC worked with key influencers and experts in the world of blockchain, distributed ledgers, and digital finance to create a series of six in-depth research papers examining the potential and perils of blockchain. These documents collectively examine the general contours and technology underlying blockchain, its growing impact in the financial services sector, and its implications for emerging markets. Read more

  • Bijna 250 miljoen euro extra financiering voor scale-ups en startups

    Het ministerie van Economische Zaken heeft vandaag tijdens het Startup-fest in Amsterdam samen met het Europees Investeringsfonds (EIF) 100d miljoen euro aan extra financiering voor scale-ups bekend gemaakt. Deze snelgroeiende startups krijgen daarmee hulp om hun activiteiten verder uit te bouwen. In het fonds gaan marktpartijen naar verwachting nog eens 100 miljoen euro aan kapitaal investeren. Daarnaast komt er voor startups via de SEED Capital-regeling 49,5 miljoen euro beschikbaar aan financiering. Read more

  • Making the Gender Gap Visible: An overview of demand-side data on women’s financial inclusion.

    Understanding the existing financial inclusion data landscape, and parsing through the mountain of data to find meaningful patterns to advance women’s financial inclusion can be overwhelming. Furthermore, global data sets, historically, have not been sex disaggregated, which adds to the present difficulties of measuring progress in women’s financial inclusion. Read more

Members

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  • Cordaid
  • Lendahand
  • Rabobank Foundation
  • TCX
  • Triodos Investment Management
  • Oxfam Novib
  • Oikocredit
  • Triple Jump
  • ICCO
  • ASN Bank
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • ING Group
  • Terrafina Microfinance
  • FMO
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