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FMO collects impact indicators from investees on a yearly basis, including volume of microfinance portfolio and number of micro loans.
FMO has assisted various institutions with their transition into formal banking, deposit-taking institutions. Capacity development funds are frequently used to this end. Support with product development is an important part of this.
FMO has completed one co-investments in an insurance company through its activities with LeapFrog. A second investment will likely take place in the future. FMO, however, does not have a systematic approach to targeting microinsurance as a product category with all its clients.
The Capacity Development funds are mainly used for projects on Environmental and Social performance, Risk Management and Professional Development in the two theme of Green and Gender.