Triple Jump’s Financial Inclusion Resilience Fund closed a $48M loan with the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation

Triple Jump’s innovative Financial Inclusion Resilience Fund (FIRF) is dedicated to strengthening the resilience of financial institutions in emerging markets through subordinated debt. The fund seeks to serve as a catalyst to improve the solvency position of financial institutions, allowing them to increase their lending to micro, small and medium sized enterprises, and low-income borrowers.

With the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation’s (DFC’s) substantial contribution of 48 million dollars, FIRF is better equipped to deliver on its mission of promoting financial inclusion and economic stability in emerging markets recovering from Covid-19 and the impacts of the war in Ukraine.

As we persist in our mission to fortify emerging markets, we welcome any additional investors who aspire to make a meaningful impact in the financial inclusion space.

Orsolya Farkas (Equity Manager at Triple Jump): “This is the third time that DFC invests in one of Triple Jump’s impact funds, demonstrating DFC’s unwavering dedication to promoting financial inclusion in emerging markets. Impact-focused financial institutions often operate in uncertain geopolitical and economic contexts. Triple Jump designed the Resilience Fund to meet their need for flexible capital.”

If you find alignment with Triple Jump’s mission and are looking to create an impact in the financial inclusion space, we encourage you to reach out to us at [email protected].

Read more about FIRF in our latest impact report:

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