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24Jan

Microfinance Leaders Welcome Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance to Working Group

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The Microfinance CEO Working Group (MCWG) welcomes a new member to their international collaboration, Jesse Fripp, General Manager of the…... Read More →
25Oct

Grameen Foundation and Freedom from Hunger Join Forces to unleash the Power of We

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The following announcement was originally published on the Grameen Foundation website. Grameen Foundation and Freedom from Hunger are founding members of the…... Read More →
02May

Advocating for balanced research on the delivery of financial services

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By Sharlene Brown, Executive Director, Microfinance CEO Working Group It’s been just over ten weeks since I took the helm…... Read More →
13Apr

A Change in Behavior: Innovations in Financial Capability

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This post was originally published on the Center for Financial Inclusion Blog. After over a year of research, we at the…... Read More →
07Apr

Visionfund International and Opportunity International Partner to Expand Financial Inclusion for Unbanked Citizens Of Democratic Republic Of Congo

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Microfinance CEO Working Group member organizations Opportunity International and VisionFund International are partnering to expand financial inclusion in the Democratic…... Read More →
17Mar

VisionFund, Opportunity International and BRAC join the Propagate Coalition

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Microfinance CEO Working Group members VisionFund International, Opportunity International and BRAC are among the representatives of Propagate: A Coalition of Smallholder…... Read More →
23Feb

DLA Piper Drafts Legal Framework to Support Financial Inclusion

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This post was originally published on the Center for Inclusion Inclusion Blog. By Ben Lebeaux and Jessica L. Cassel, Senior Communications…... Read More →
18Feb

Smart Campaign: Microfinance clients speak out about how they’re treated

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Note from the Microfinance CEO Working Group:  We are pleased to share this press release from the Smart Campaign announcing a fascinating…... Read More →
08Feb

The Microfinance CEO Working Group Welcomes a New Executive Director

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This post was originally published on the Center for Inclusion Blog. By Jeffrey Riecke, Senior Associate, Center for Financial Inclusion The CFI…... Read More →
08Feb

Press Release: Microfinance Leaders Welcome Sharlene Brown to Helm Working Group

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WASHINGTON – The Microfinance CEO Working Group, a collaborative effort by ten leading international organizations that promote financial inclusion around…... Read More →
26Jan

Press Release: Microfinance CEO Working Group Appoints New Co-Chair, Scott Brown of VisionFund International

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WASHINGTON, DC—The Microfinance CEO Working Group is pleased to announce their new Co-Chair, Scott Brown, President and CEO of VisionFund…... Read More →
15Jan

A New Report Looks to the Future of Measuring our Impact

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By Microfinance CEO Working Group Co-Chairs, Lauren Hendricks of CARE and Scott Brown of VisionFund International The Microfinance CEO Working Group,…... Read More →
16Sep

Increasing Poverty Outreach: Suggestions from Recent Research

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This post was originally published on the Center for Financial Inclusion blog. By Anne Hastings, Executive Director, Microfinance CEO Working Group At…... Read More →
27Aug

How We Talk About Microfinance: A Reply to Dean Karlan

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This post was originally published on the Center for Financial Inclusion blog. By Alex Counts, Founder of Grameen Foundation, and Member…... Read More →
21Jul

Press Release: Lauren Hendricks of CARE elected as Microfinance CEO Working Group Co-Chair

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WASHINGTON – The Microfinance CEO Working Group is pleased to announce their new Co-Chair, Lauren Hendricks, Executive Director of CARE’s…... Read More →
06Jul

Guest Post: ‘Model Law for Best Practice in Financial Consumer Protection’: An important driver for Universal Financial Access

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This post was originally published by the World Bank’s Private Sector Development blog. By Ros Grady, Senior Financial Sector Expert with…... Read More →
04Jun

By the Numbers: Benchmarking Progress Toward Financial Inclusion

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This post was originally published on the Center for Financial Inclusion Blog. Can the world achieve full financial inclusion by…... Read More →
02Jun

Ultra Poor Graduation

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This post was originally published on The Microcredit Summit Campaign’s 100 Million Ideas blog. By Shameran Abed, Director, BRAC Microfinance…... Read More →
04May

Press Release: Microfinance Leaders Offer Model Law Resource for Financial Consumer Protection

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 4, 2015 Contact: Maura Hart, +1 212 556 3156 or meh@womensworldbanking.org WASHINGTON, DC – The Microfinance…... Read More →
01May

Principles into Practice

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This post was originally published on the Center for Financial Inclusion blog.  By Alex Counts, President and CEO of Grameen Foundation,…... Read More →
09Apr

Client Protection Principles: Model Law and Commentary for Financial Consumer Protection

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The Microfinance CEO Working Group is pleased to present Client Protection Principles: Model Law and Commentary for Financial Consumer Protection.…... Read More →
27Mar

Guest Post: Calling All Innovations in Financial Capability! A New FI2020 Project Needs to Hear about You

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This post was originally published on the Center for Financial Inclusion blog.  By Julia Arnold, Research Consultant A colleague recently…... Read More →
17Mar

A new chapter for pricing transparency

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By Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President & CEO of Women’s World Banking, and Michael Schlein, President and CEO of Accion who…... Read More →
27Feb

Reflections on the Latest Studies on Microcredit

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Note: This post was originally published by Grameen Foundation and presented at Financial Services for the Poor: Lessons and Implications…... Read More →
12Feb

Press Release: Microfinance Leaders Welcome Two New Members to Join Working Group

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 12, 2015 Contact: Maura Hart, +1 212 556 3156 or meh@womensworldbanking.org WASHINGTON, DC – The Microfinance CEO…... Read More →
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