Types of Clients

An investment vehicle raising funds from social, commercial, private or institutional investors in order to invest them in microfinance assets and/or lend to MFI’s.

A financial institution specializing in banking services for low-income groups or individuals.

A bank, non-bank financial institution, investment fund or investor that makes loans to SME’s or other SME lenders.

An SME is a “Small and Medium-sized Enterprise” that employs fewer than 300 persons and which have an annual sales not exceeding $15 million and/or an annual balance sheet total not exceeding $15 million.

Any institution or investment fund that has received funding from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC).

Renewable energy projects – solar, wind, climate, etc. – in developing countries that are financed by government development institutions (DFIs) or other funds.

Projects providing public health, food security/small scale agriculture, and low cost housing in developing countries.

how can we help you?

Contact us at the MFX office or submit a business inquiry online.

“Our partnership with MFX is critical to how we do business.   Microfinance Institutions need funding in their own currencies in order to grow safely.   Thanks to MFX we are able to meet their needs while effectively managing our risk.”

Incofin
Head of Risk Management , Incofin, Belgium

MFX is the impact sectors’ only dedicated currency hedging facility.