FMO funding will support Yapu Solutions GmhB, a Berlin-based company providing software as well as consulting services in the area of global data, climate-smart finance and inclusive finance, for two assignments:
1) The design of a prototype for a NASIRA due diligence tool that allows for easy assessment of CD needs for consulting firms operating under the NASIRA framework agreements.
2) To help design and execute a knowledge building program (through webinars) to enable FMO's financial institutions clients in LATAM to gain awareness on their Fintech innovation journeys in the region.
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*No project contact information was provided at the time of disclosure.*
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