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BIO invests directly in private sector projects and as such makes a structural contribution to the socio economic growth of those host countries. Its mandate requires strict criteria in terms of geographical targets financing tools and above all impact on development.
|Type: Investor Network||Geography: Belgium||Impact: Access to Financial Services|
We are the Dutch development bank. We support sustainable private sector growth in developing and emerging markets by investing in businesses projects and financial institutions.FMO was founded in 1970 and is a public private partnership with 51% of our shares held by the Dutch State and 49% held by commercial banks trade unions and other members of the private sector. FMO has a triple A rating from both Fitch and Standard & Poor s.
|Type: Investment Fund Manager||Geography: Southern Africa||Impact: Access to Financial Services|
United States of America
IFC a member of the World Bank Group is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on the private sector. They help developing countries achieve sustainable growth by financing investment providing advisory services to businesses and governments and mobilizing capital in the international financial markets.
|Type: Institutional Investor||Geography: United States of America||Impact: Access to Financial Services|
United States of America
National Community Investment Fund (NCIF) is a nonprofit investment fund created to catalyze economic development in low income and under served communities across the US by investing in mission oriented financial institutions. NCIF invests capital in banks and other institutions that improve access to financial services for local individuals small businesses and minorities.
|Type: Fund||Geography: Americas||Impact: Access to Financial Services|
FMO (the Netherlands Development Finance Company) is the Dutch development bank. Founded in 1970 FMO supports sustainable private sector growth in developing and emerging markets by investing in ambitious entrepreneurs. FMO believes a strong private sector leads to economic and social development empowering people to employ their skills and improve their quality of life. FMO focuses on three sectors that have high development impact financial institutions energy and agribusiness food & water. Alongside partners FMO also invests in the Infrastructure Manufacturing and Services sectors. With an investment portfolio of EUR 8 billion FMO is one of the larger bilateral private sector development banks globally.
|Type: Bank||Geography: Europe||Impact: Capacity Building|
Steward Redqueen is a specialised consultancy that works across the globe advising organisations on impact and sustainability. Like any organisation corporations are looking to operate in harmony with their surroundings and to become sustainable that is to be a steward for people and planet. At the same time corporations are competing for sound market positions. In a globalising economy the combination of stewardship and competition offers dilemmas challenges and above all opportunities. The Steward Redqueen team has a strong track record in this area. Steward Redqueen works for corporations and other organisations in developed and emerging markets.
|Type: Corporate||Geography: Americas||Impact: Capacity Building|
Established in 1985 the Eastern and Southern African Trade & Development Bank (TDB) formerly the PTA Bank is a multilateral treaty based & investment grade development financial institution with assets of USD 6 billion. The Bank s mandate is to finance and foster trade regional economic integration and sustainable development through trade finance project and infrastructure finance asset management and advisory services. TDB s reputation as a strong financial solution provider in international trade and project finance is underpinned by its experience in transacting in different markets and in diverse banking practices.
|Type: Bank||Geography: Southern Africa||Impact: Access to Financial Services|