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Small Money - Big Impact : Fighting Poverty with Microfinance

Fanconi, Peter   Scheurle, Patrick

John Wiley & Sons Inc 2017/03
255 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781119338208
KCN: 1025857413
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KDC: E132 第三世界・開発研究
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Make your money make a difference and enjoy attractive returns Small Money, Big Impact explores and explains the globally growing importance of impact investing. Today, the investor's perspective has become as important as the actual social impact.
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Table of Contents

Foreword ix Preface xi Acknowledgments xiii About the Authors xv CHAPTER 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Fighting Poverty 2 1.2 Investing in Financial Infrastructure 7 1.3 Content Overview 8 Notes 9 CHAPTER 2 Microfinance the Concept 11 2.1 History 12 2.2 Definition and Goals 15 2.3 Double Bottom Line 18 2.4 Financial Inclusion 21 2.5 Market Participants 24 2.6 Impact Investing 25 2.7 Preliminary Conclusions 29 Notes 31 CHAPTER 3 The Microfinance Value Chain 33 3.1 The Protagonists and Their Tasks 34 3.2 Regulatory Environment 36 3.3 Development Finance Institutions 37 3.4 Market Overview 39 3.5 Geneva: Birthplace of Modern Microfinance 42 3.6 Preliminary Conclusions 46 Notes 47 CHAPTER 4 Micro Entrepreneurs 49 4.1 Definition 50 4.2 Needs and Requirements 52 4.3 Micro Entrepreneurs 59 4.4 Preliminary Conclusions 67 Notes 68 CHAPTER 5 Microfinance Institutions 71 5.1 Definition and Goals 72 5.2 Types of MFIs 73 5.3 MFI Funding 76 5.4 Services 85 5.5 Regulation 88 5.6 Preliminary Conclusions 94 Notes 96 CHAPTER 6 Lending Methodologies 99 6.1 Traditional Credit Theory and Microfinance 100 6.2 Lending Methodologies 101 6.3 Socio -Economic Factors 104 6.4 Late Payments and Over -Indebtedness of Clients 108 6.5 Default Prevention and Restructuring 110 6.6 Occupation: Loan Officer 113 6.7 Preliminary Conclusions 114 Notes 116 CHAPTER 7 Loan Pricing 119 7.1 Interest Rate Components 120 7.2 Setting Sustainable Interest Rates 127 7.3 Regional Differences 127 7.4 Loan Recipients Willingness to Repay 129 7.5 Preliminary Conclusions 130 Notes 132 CHAPTER 8 Social Performance Management 133 8.1 Social Performance 134 8.2 Measuring Social Performance 135 8.3 Measuring the Outcome of Microfinance 149 8.4 Social Rating Agencies 151 8.5 Technical Assistance 153 8.6 Linking Social Performance with Profitability 156 8.7 Preliminary Conclusions 157 Notes 159 CHAPTER 9 Beyond the Reach of Microfinance? 161 9.1 Prejudices and Reservations 162 9.2 Preliminary Conclusions 171 Notes 172 CHAPTER 10 Investing in Microfinance 175 10.1 Market Development 176 10.2 Microfinance Investment Vehicles 177 10.3 The Investment Process 181 10.4 Loan Agreements and Pricing Policy 187 10.5 Microfinance in the Overall Investment Portfolio 191 10.6 Incentives for Investing in Microfinance 195 10.7 Preliminary Conclusions 197 Notes 199 CHAPTER 11 Real and Financial Economy 201 11.1 Microfinance Is Crisis -Proof 202 11.2 Real Economy and Local Influencing Factors 203 11.3 Financial Economy 205 11.4 Stability Mechanisms 207 11.5 Preliminary Conclusions 208 Notes 209 CHAPTER 12 Discussion of Results and Conclusions 211 12.1 Win -Win -Win 212 12.2 Onwards and Upwards 212 Notes 215 APPENDIX A Example of a Loan Application 217 APPENDIX B Due Diligence of Socio -Economic Impact Factors 221 List of Abbreviations 227 Glossary 229 References 233 Photo Credits 243 Index 245