Fintech innovation can help close the gender gap—but intentional, targeted action is necessary to ensure new technologies are used in the right ways—and for the right reasons.
FINCA Kosovo received Smart Certification in 2016 and now provides responsible banking services to nearly 18,000 customers in Kosovo.
The Women20 for the G20 report provides recommendations for closing the economic gender gap in the Asia-Pacific region.
On December 20, 2017, FINCA Jordan received a microfinance license from the Central Bank of Jordan. It becomes the first microfinance institution to be fully licensed and regulated by the Central Bank under licensing requirements introduced in April 2016.
As Kosovo’s largest microfinance institution, FINCA is deploying innovative fintech solutions to increase financial inclusion across the country.
On October 12, 2017, FINCA Impact Finance transferred all operations and ownership of FINCA Russia to Mikro Kapital Sàrl, a Luxembourg-based financial institution.
FINCA Microfinance Bank announced the registration of a USD 14 million bond, furthering its strategy to promote financial inclusion.
FINCA Tanzania and Halotel launch HaloYako — a first of its kind mobile savings product September 5, 2017 FinTech, Milestones, Partnerships FINCA Microfinance Bank Tanzania, in partnership with the mobile
FINCA believes that success is entirely based on deeply listening and responding to our customers. This video shows how FINCA adapts to better meet the evolving needs of our clients.
FINCA launches Pakistan’s first ever free digital wallet SimSim which will enable smartphone users to instantly open an account with FINCA and transact digitally.
Financiera FINCA Nicaragua announced it received Smart Certification reflecting its high ethical standards in the treatment of its clients and deep commitment to client protection.