Triple Jump Financial Inclusion Resilience Fund

The fund will focus on providing subordinated debt to financial intermediaries serving Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) and low-income borrowers in emerging markets. FIRF aims to serve as a catalyst to improve the solvency position of these Financial Intermediaries allowing them to continue and increase their lending activity to MSMEs and low-income borrowers.

Starting year


Type of investment

sub- ordinating debt

Development theme

Financial Inclusion

Main investors and partners



Latin America, Middle East and North Africa, Sub Saharan Africa, Caucasus, Asia, Central Asia

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The Fund is expected to provide subordinated funding to 15-20 Financial Intermediaries in emerging markets, thereby catalysing between USD 250 million and 400 million in senior debt which will be on-lent to Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, with a focus on women.

The fund is compliant with the 2X Gender criteria. By supporting this post-Covid recovery phase, FIRF offers a timely solution responding to market demand.

Orsolya Farkas, Equity Manager at Triple Jump: ‘The Financial Inclusion sector has a strong track record of resilience, and quickly moved to successfully manage the liquidity crisis triggered by Covid-19. However, in the aftermath of the pandemic, solvency challenges have emerged, delaying recovery and hindering the growth of lending to MSMEs. We saw an unmet capital need in the market, and FIRF has been created in order to deploy subordinated debt quickly and at scale to strengthen the capital buffers of Financial Intermediaries, allowing them to respond to the financing needs of their clients.


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