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We encourage MFIs to offer saving products if they are allowed to under local regulations.
We do gather data of our portfolio MFIs that offer insurance products. In addition, ACTIAM Impact Investing supports MFIs in India and Kenya to cooperate with insurance companies and to offer health insurance to their clients through a program called FINISH.
e.g. mobile banking, microleasing
We encourage MFIs to provide full financial services to their clients, based on the needs of clients in a specific region. We do gather data of our portfolio MFIs that offer other financial products.
Reporting non-financial products
We encourage MFIs to provide complementary non-financial services to the financial services they offer to their clients, based on the needs of clients in a specific region. We do gather data of our portfolio MFIs that offer other financial products. This includes for example enterprise skill development or basic medical care.
We assess whether the organisation has a policy and uses a poverty assessment tool to screen potential clients or assess client income level during the loan process. Our microfinance funds invest in MFIs that provide loans to the very poor, the poor and low-income clients.
There is no specific Technical Assistance budget for investments made through the ACTIAM Institutional Microfinance Funds nor the ACTIAM-FMO SME Finance Fund. In our SME proposition our investment manager FMO takes cares of this in order to reduce ESG risks as much as possible.