This project provides financing to Limited Liability Company Microfinance Organization to support local currency financing of micro and small enterprises, including women enterprises and clients in remote areas of Kazakhstan.
KMF is an ultimate leader in the Kazakh microfinance sector, having demonstrated a steady growth in client base, loan portfolio and regional network especially in rural areas since its inception. As of Sep 30, 2017, KMF had a gross loan portfolio of over US$245 million with over 211,000 active micro-borrowers, representing c. 54% market share by loans outstanding. With 1700 staff, KMF operates a developed distribution network of 116 branches and outlets, allowing deep outreach in rural areas.
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Limited Liability Company Microfinance Organization “KMF”
Ms. Elena Skufalyaridi
50, Furmanov street, Almaty 050004, Republic of Kazakhstan
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