According to the bank's website, the project seeks to support a feasibility study that aimed at providing "relevant strategic and technical analysis to Finvivir on the Asian microfinance market". Specifically, the project hopes to "provide an overview of the Asian microfinance market and opportunities including market size, market segments, competitor analysis and applicable regulatory guidelines, focus on the microfinance opportunities in two Asian countries (to be mutually identified by Finvivir and IFC) including market size, key players, DFS considerations, profile of potential clients and potential local partners, pinpoint potential operating partners for Finvivir to support its entry into one of the two selected Asian countries, and outline the potential costs for starting operations in key countries including minimum capital requirements to consider".
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