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.
- Micro-Finance Meets Multi-Nationals at Clinton Global Initiative
- Fonkoze: Haitian Diaspora Unites Across U.S.
- Fonkoze Helps Rebuild Haiti through Microfinance Following Earthquake
- Zafen Microloan Program for Haitian Businesses Announced at NYC Launch
- Zafèn Haitian Microfinance Effort Engages Haitians to Forge a New Future
- Zafèn: New Interest-Free Microloan Initiative Launched for Haiti
- Zafèn: Redefining “Interest” in the Changing World of Microfinance
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