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Investing in Illiquid Emerging Market Alternative Assets : Sample Approaches to Microfinance. MF for Institutional Investors Hanson-Wade Conference September 21, 2009. IAMFI’s Mission
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Sample Approaches to Microfinance
MF for Institutional Investors
September 21, 2009
IAMFI is a global membership organization dedicated to supporting commercially oriented microfinance investors, particularly Limited Partner institutional investors that invest through MIVs, by:
Limited Partners (LPs): Institutions and individuals who invest in an investment vehicle rather than directly in microfinance institutions.
General Partners (GPs): Public and private entities that manage a fund or investment vehicle in which there are many investors.
Service Providers (SPs): Entities that help advise, structure, consult or broker investments in the microfinance industry.
Members:DOEN Foundation, Omidyar Network, Gray Matters Capital, Plainfield Asset Management, Rockefeller Foundation, TIAA-CREF, Triodos Management, BlueOrchard USA, G. Casagrande (SPBD, MicroDreams), Co-operative for Financial Services, J.P. Morgan, MEDA, MicroCredit Enterprises, Minlam Asset Management, Morgan Stanley, Omidyar-Tufts Microfinance Fund, Triple Jump
The International Association of Microfinance Investors (IAMFI) is a global membership organization dedicated to serving current and potential market-driven microfinance investors, especially those who invest in funds and other vehicles.
IAMFI helps investors achieve their goals by offering credible,
objective industry information, conducting research, facilitating dialogue, and working to improve the global environment
IAMFI promotes the virtuous circle of capital flows
between private sector sources, investment vehicles
and microfinance institutions, enabling greater access
to financial services for the world’s working poor.
For more information, contact Joan Trant, Executive Director, +1.212.297.2137, email@example.com