July 21, 2017

The Strategic Global Capital Pilot Programs

A History of Success Stories In August 2011 and November 2011 Strategic Global Capital launched its first two pilot loan purchasing programs with two separate Micro Finance Institutions in Ecuador.  The two different Micro Finance Institutions go by the shortened name of CACMU (www.cacmu.com)and CEPESIU.  The pilot programs were a great success and a loan purchasing […]
July 21, 2017

Microfinance Institutions

Overview of Microfinance Institutions There are approximately more than 10,000 Microfinance Institutions globally; ranging from non-government organizations, government agencies, private companies and commercial banks.  The top 100 Micro Finance Institutions, which are recognized providers in their respective markets and located across 38 key markets, collectively have about USD 52 billion of assets under management and serve […]
May 4, 2014

Microfinance Strategy

Loans serviced by Micro finance Institutions benefit from Strategic Global Capital’s partnership strategy of continual purchasing of existing loans, increased capital availability and reinvestment to finance new loans. This process increases loan revenue to partner MFIs while rapidly expanding total capital available for lending purposes. Micro finance is defined as providing micro loan to poorest of […]
April 5, 2014

Ecuador Facts

The Economy of Ecuador Ecuador is beginning to recover from the aftermath of recent natural disasters which included a large earthquake, floods and landslides. Ecuador was named after the equator which runs through the country, the only country in the world named after a geographical feature. Its official name, República del Ecuador, literally means “the Republic […]
January 11, 2014

What is Microfinance?

Microfinance is the provision of financial services to micro-enterprises and low-income households (often in emerging economies), whether through credit, savings, insurance and/or payments/remittances. Microfinance institutions (MFIs) are financial intermediaries (typically lenders), which are specialized and dedicated to micro-enterprises and low-income households. The aim of microfinance is to build financial sectors that are closely interconnected with the […]