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Summary of the Analysis of Microfinance Development in Russia. Part II. Non-Bank Microfinance Institutions Supply Assessment

Summary of the Analysis of Microfinance Development in Russia. Part II. Non-Bank Microfinance
Institutions Supply Assessment
Place and year of publication
Moscow , 2004
Author
Produced by Russian SME Resource Centre jointly with the Russian Microfinance Centre
No of pages
17 pages
Topic
  • SME policy
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Document ID
4791

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Summary:

This paper is Part II of the Analysis of Microfinance Development in Russia undertaken as part of
the USAID-supported project: The Inter-Parliamentary Working Group for SME Support “The Russian Duma – the US Congress".
Part I assessed the demand for microfinance services; it is available on RCSME Web-site. A central purpose of this effort was to build an aggregated picture, both qualitative and quantitative, of the current state of market supply of microfinance services. In addition to a general review, another important objective of the project was a case by case analysis of the key market participants to help potential investors and donors both in and outside Russia to choose the most effective ways of investing in the development of microfinance in Russia. The data gathered in the project will be used to produce an All-Russian Catalogue of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) featuring profiles of microfinance service providers.
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Table of contents:

Summary of Main Findings
A Typology of Microfinance Providers
Geographic Coverage of Russian Microfinance Institutions
Target Customer Groups of Russian MFIs
Services Provided by Russian MFIs
Loan Portfolio of Russian Non-bank MFIs
MFI Customer (Borrower) Base
Accessibility of Microfinance
Loan Security
Loan Size
Cost of Microcredit for the Borrower
Savings: Amounts and Terms
Loan Portfolio Quality
Profitability

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