By Citywire Asia Staff | July 5, 2019
Leading multilateral institutions are increasingly turning to rich Asian investors for funding to achieve the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
Many investors, however, are still uncertain about the best way to attain maximum impact and returns simultaneously. For some, the answer lies in microfinance.
Microfinance institutions offer loans to those segments of the population that are typically un-banked or underserved by banks, such as women-led companies and micro- and small-business owners. These firms, in turn, generate employment and assist in the attainment of SDGs.
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