According to the Bank’s website, the Project consists of an investment in the BlueOrchard Latin America and the Caribbean Gender, Diversity, and Inclusion Fund S.C.A., SICAV-RAIF (the "Fund"), the first private debt Gender, Diversity & Inclusion ("GDI") fund in Latin America and the Caribbean ("LAC"). The Fund will focus on increasing the access to finance to underserved groups by providing financing mainly to Financial Institutions ("FIs"), such as microfinance institutions ("MFIs"), universal banks, fintechs, leasing institutions, factoring companies, and cooperatives that will increase access to finance for women-led and/or -owned Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises ("MSMEs"), indigenous groups, African descendants, people with disabilities, older people, and companies at the forefront of implementation of diversity policies.
The Fund will be managed by BlueOrchard Finance Ltd. (the "Fund Manager" or "BlueOrchard"), a leading global impact investment manager with more than 21 years of experience and track record in microfinance and financial inclusion, and more than US$4 billion in Assets under Management ("AUM").
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CONTACT NAME: Alessandra Nibbio Bonnet
POSITION: Jefa de Financiamiento Mixto
PHONE NUMBER: +352 341342622
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