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logo 2nd Quarter – 2017 Newsletter
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EDITORIAL
Triple Jump Meets SPTF Members in Mexico
In June, Triple Jump attended the annual meeting of the Social Performance Task Force (SPTF) in Mexico, and from the perspective of social performance, the financial inclusion sector in Mexico is a particularly interesting one. More
Assets under Management €740 M
End-Clients Reached 565,000
Women 77% Rural 68%
Palestine SEED CAPITAL AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Supporting Early Stage Companies in the Palestinian Territories
Through DGGF’s Seed Capital and Business Development (SCBD) facility, the Triple Jump team is supporting Ibtikar Fund L.P., a first-time fund targeting innovative Palestinian start-ups and early stage companies. More
Musoni TRIPLE JUMP INVESTEES
Investing in Digital Finance
In June 2017, Triple Jump completed an investment in Musoni Kenya through the Oxfam Novib Fund (ONF). The investment increases the fund’s footprint in Kenya, where the Triple Jump Africa & Middle East regional office is located. More
Q2 2017 ANMF image QUARTERLY RESULTS
Q2 Quarterly Results
For the second quarter, the ASN-Novib Microkredietfonds showed a steady performance in the current low interest rate environment with a 1.3% year to date net return. More
First Ecosystem DUTCH GOOD GROWTH FUND
First Ecosystem Development Support in West Africa
DGGF’s Seed Capital and Business Development (SCBD) facility is supporting the expansion of a regional network of Impact Hubs, which aims to support young entrepreneurs in Mali, Senegal and Ivory Coast. More
International Microfinance Seminar AGENDA
Innovation & Tech in Financial Services
Triple Jump explores how current and new, worldwide trends in financial technology and innovation make their way to and impact the Peruvian and Latin American microfinance markets. More
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