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PRI reporting framework 2017

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PIIF Principle 1: Range of services

IFD 07. Tracking microfinance investees portfolio

Possible action:

Develop and extend the range of financial services available to low-income populations. Extensions could include savings, loans, insurance, payment services, remittance facilities and pension plans.

07.1. Indicate if you track the percentage of your microfinance investees' portfolio that is in microenterprise loans.

07.2. Indicate if you track the percentage of your microfinance investees’ portfolio that is in loans for immediate household needs (i.e. consumer loans).

07.3. Indicate if you track the percentage of your investees' portfolio in housing loans.

07.4. Additional information. [Optional]


IFD 08. Support financial services beyond credit, compulsory savings and/or compulsory insurance

08.1. In your microfinance portfolio, indicate if you support the provision of financial services beyond credit, compulsory savings and/or compulsory insurance.

08.2. Indicate which of the following services you support:

Provide examples of how and what you support.

Where appropriate, the firm encourages portfolio financial institutions to broaden their product offerings to better fit the needs of their clients.  DWM measures the use of products beyond credit, savings and insurance both during the due diligence process and on an annual basis thereafter through questions in its social measurement tool, the Social IQs (Social Impact Questionnaires).

Indicate if you gather data regarding the percentage of financial service providers in your portfolio that are offering such a service.

Provide examples of how and what you support.

Where appropriate, the firm encourages portfolio financial institutions to broaden their product offerings to better fit the needs of their clients.  DWM measures the use of products beyond credit, savings and insurance both during the due diligence process and on an annual basis thereafter through questions in its social measurement tool, the Social IQs (Social Impact Questionnaires).

Indicate if you gather data regarding the percentage of financial service providers in your portfolio that are offering such a service.

          Agriculture insurance, loan insurance, etc
        

Provide examples of how and what you support.

Where appropriate, the firm encourages portfolio financial institutions to broaden their product offerings to better fit the needs of their clients.  DWM measures the use of products beyond credit, savings and insurance both during the due diligence process and on an annual basis thereafter through questions in its social measurement tool, the Social IQs (Social Impact Questionnaires).

Indicate if you gather data regarding the percentage of financial service providers in your portfolio that are offering such a service.

          Life insurance, health care, etc.
        

Provide examples of how and what you support.

Where appropriate, the firm encourages portfolio financial institutions to broaden their product offerings to better fit the needs of their clients.  DWM measures the use of products beyond financial services both during the due diligence process and on an annual basis thereafter through questions in its social measurement tool, the Social IQs (Social Impact Questionnaires).

Indicate if you gather data regarding the percentage of financial service providers in your portfolio that are offering such a service.

08.3. Additional information. [Optional]


IFD 09. Support the introduction of services tailored to the ‘poor’, ‘very poor’ and ‘low income’ (Private)


IFD 10. Technical assistance to investees (Private)


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