Aimed at anyone interested in microfinance and inclusive fintech, with content tilted towards financing of MFIs. Brought to you by Financial Due Diligence Associates (https://www.linkedin.com/company/fdda/), a multilingual consulting partnership founded by Guy Rodwell and Zinaida Vasilenko, specialised in holistic, relevant and concise analysis of financially inclusive companies. FDDA also helps asset managers in accessing French institutions through an alliance with Oxondo, a leading Paris-based third party marketer. You can reach FDDA by contacting Guy Rodwell on LinkedIn, or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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