22 Oct Challenges in Microfinance NGOs: a new approach to measure performance and foster transparency for a sustainable impact sector
Challenges in Microfinance NGOs: a new approach to measure performance and foster transparency for a sustainable impact sector
How can you connect the dots between being an unsustainable microfinance NGO's and having higher aspirations to create a financially inclusive world? How can we make lasting changes that lead to real results? What does it take to measure and achieve a sustainable impact?
This book focuses on the further potential of microfinance NGOs and small microfinance institutions (MFIs) to foster sustainability, scale up and serve many more clients by offering financial services that enable them to improve their living conditions. The scope of the book is wide as also explores a new methodology of a microfinance rating process for impact evaluation specially design for Microfinance NGO’s and small MFIs.
The ultimate goal is simple: to empower transparency in the performance and ratings of these institutions. This book is a must-read title for microfinance institutions, investors, analysts, regulators philanthropists and other stakeholders who work with dedication to build fair and efficient financial systems with the ultimate goal of eradicating financial exclusion and poverty.
His career has provided him both a broad perspective and in-the-trenches understanding of business issues and challenges. Entrepreneur. His passion for seeing into the mechanics of long term value creation has resulted in taking disruptive products and services into established markets: Open Innovation is the key. A paradigm that assumes that firms can and should use external ideas as well as internal ideas, and internal and external paths to market, as the firms look to advance their technology.
Specific areas of specialization include: Finance Management, Consulting, Business Modeling, Financial, Planning & Analysis, Microfinance, Business strategy & Change Management.
Executive Master in Finance (EXMIF) at IE Business School (2011/12), Degree in Economics and Business Administration. Bilingual (Spanish & English).
Along with Finances, another of his passions is teaching, reason why he has been Associate Professor & BD at IE Business School since 2012.