Just 2 years after starting lending and savings operations, BOPA portfolio partner in Myanmar; Alliance Microfinance have reached sustainable levels of operations and now serving more than 35,000 active clients.
BOPA nominated Directors on MFI Portfolio Boards; Niroshani Sawanawadu, Zhanna Zhakupova, Tatyana Lavrenyuk and Christian Andersen attended the “Strategic Response to Risk” workshop organized by Boulder Institute for Microfinance and IFC. This workshop
MFO Asian Credit Fund LLC (ACF) was awarded as the Leader of Industry 2016 following the results of the National Business Rating held under the aegis of the Union of National business-ratings of
BOPA CEO and COO participate in Financial Inclusion Equity Council meetings hosted by Triodos in Amsterdam 12-13 April 2016.
BOPA completes debt to equity conversion in KIF, East Timor and now holds 16.5% of the shareholding in this newly transformed deposit-taking institution (microfinance activities transferred from Tuba Rai Metin).
We continue to be impressed with the performance of Alliance in Myanmar and the Board of BOPA have therefore approved an additional equity investment to provide Alliance with funds to grow further.
I am very happy to share that during the past week, we have reached two important milestones in our portfolio companies: Alliance, Myanmar has now 10,000 active credit clients TRM, East Timor has