Jim Luce on Microfinance

J im Luce began his career in banking with the Japanese on Wall Street  in the 1980′s and quickly grasped the importance of microfinance in the developing world.

  1. Micro-Finance Meets Multi-Nationals at Clinton Global Initiative
  2. Fonkoze: Haitian Diaspora Unites Across U.S.
  3. Fonkoze Helps Rebuild Haiti through Microfinance Following Earthquake
  4. Zafen Microloan Program for Haitian Businesses Announced at NYC Launch
  5. Zafèn Haitian Microfinance Effort Engages Haitians to Forge a New Future
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On January 25, days after the earthquake, Fonkoze was serving its clients in Haiti.
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  1. Zafèn: New Interest-Free Microloan Initiative Launched for Haiti
  2. Zafèn: Redefining “Interest” in the Changing World of Microfinance

For the complete listing of thematic stories, see Jim Luce Writes.

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