Resources

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MFC research results

Are Microfinance Borrowers in Lebanon Over-Indebted?

The paper “Are Microfinance Borrowers in Lebanon Over-Indebted?” presents the results of the research study  that aimed to provide empirical evidence that would confirm or refute indications of cross- and over-indebtedness in Lebanon, to analyze the causes of potential cross- or over-indebtedness, and to formulate recommendations on how  to  address 

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Over-indebtedness Trends in Europe – Issue No. 2

The European Quality of Life Survey (2016) shows the improving trend in the incidence of arrears on various types of dues among European households. Still, the utility bills are the largest burden, with 11% of adults in the EU-28 making late payments. Low-income people are most severely affected. Twice as

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MFC case studies

MFC Webinars on Digitalisation

MFC Webinars on Covid Response

Other video and MFC Webinars

MFC Tools to be used by Clients

Meet the new MFC Member – ARD CREDIT

We’re delighted to welcome Ard Credit as a new member of the Microfinance Centre. Ard Credit is a publicly listed non-bank finance company that provides access to inclusive financial services to Mongolians by leveraging the potential of innovative technologies. The numbers speak for themselves. As for today Ard Credit has 923,500

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Other MFC Tools

Meet the new MFC Member – ARD CREDIT

We’re delighted to welcome Ard Credit as a new member of the Microfinance Centre. Ard Credit is a publicly listed non-bank finance company that provides access to inclusive financial services to Mongolians by leveraging the potential of innovative technologies. The numbers speak for themselves. As for today Ard Credit has 923,500

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External publications

Meet the new MFC Member – ARD CREDIT

We’re delighted to welcome Ard Credit as a new member of the Microfinance Centre. Ard Credit is a publicly listed non-bank finance company that provides access to inclusive financial services to Mongolians by leveraging the potential of innovative technologies. The numbers speak for themselves. As for today Ard Credit has 923,500

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