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Grameen Crédit Agricole Microfinance Foundation (Delisted)

PRI reporting framework 2017

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Context

IFD 01. Mission and investment objective

01.1. Indicate if you have a distinct mission and investment objective for your investment in inclusive finance.

01.2. Describe your inclusive finance mission and investment objective.

Contributing to the fight against poverty by promoting the financial inclusion of the most disadvantaged people and their access to essential goods

Grameen Crédit Agricole Microcredit Foundation’s mission is to help the disadvantaged people by facilitating their access to essential goods and services, foremost of which are financial microservices (credit, savings, insurance, etc).

The Foundation encourages the development of local microfinance institutions and of social businesses in developing countries.

01.3. Additional information.


IFD 02. Governance, management structures and processes

02.1. Provide a brief description of the governance and management structures and processes you have in place for your responsible investment activities and implementation of the PIIF.

Grameen Crédit Agricole Microfinance Foundation is managed by a 12-member Board of Directors elected for a three-year term. The Foundation is honoured by the participation in its Board of H.R.H. the Grand-Duchess of Luxembourg and Prof Yunus, laureat of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize.

The Board met for the first time on 4 October 2008.

The Board created 2 specialised committees: Project Committee and Ethics, Audit and Compliance Committee.

The Project Committee has received a mandate from the Board to deliberate on the financing or investment proposals submitted to it after analysis by the Foundation's investment team. It is made up of three Board members and the MD.


The Ethics, Audit and Compliance Committee is in charge of overseeing that the Foundation’s ethical principles and deontology are respected. It is made up of three Board members.

The Foundation is structured in four departments.

1. Microfinance and Technical Assistance

2. Portfolio Risk and Social Performance

3. Finance and Administration

4. Social Business

The roles of research and development on microfinance and social business as well as of looking for institutional partnerships are shared by the management team under the direct responsibility of the Managing Director

 


IFD 03. Social targets (Private)


IFD 04. Percentage in equity, debt and guarantees (Private)


IFD 05. Percentage in microfinance and/or SME finance

05.1. Of your total assets invested directly in inclusive finance, indicate what percentage is invested in the following:

Microfinance

SME finance (provide your definition of SME)

          we do not measure specifically SME portfolio of our investees
        

Other, specify

          Social Business, Agriculture
        

Total

100%

05.2. Additional information. [Optional]


IFD 06. Geographical spread of microfinance investments

06.1. Indicate if you track the geographical spread of your total assets invested directly in microfinance.

06.2. Of your total assets invested directly in microfinance, indicate the geographic spread as a percentage of your portfolio.

% of portfolio

Indicate the average loan size (in US$) of your investees to active borrowers in this region.

866

% of portfolio

Indicate the average loan size (in US$) of your investees to active borrowers in this region.

530

% of portfolio

Indicate the average loan size (in US$) of your investees to active borrowers in this region.

1082

% of portfolio

Indicate the average loan size (in US$) of your investees to active borrowers in this region.

517

06.3. Additional information. [Optional]

We do not distinguish between South Asia and East Asia/Pacific


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