Risk is an inherent element of financial services, and like all financial institutions, microfinance providers (MFPs) face risks that they must manage effectively to achieve their financial and social objectives. It is imperative for microfinance providers to have a formal risk management structure in place to proactively establish processes that support business objectives while mitigating risks to an acceptable level.
This study aims to update the risks highlighted in the initial publication in the face of the changing business and
macroeconomic environment, as well as, new initiatives and developments in the microfinance sector.
Pakistan Microfinance Network (PMN) launched a research study to assess the impact of COVID-19 on MSEs in order to understand how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted their household incomes, business operations, and how they are coping with the shock and what kind of support is required for their rehabilitation.
The objective of the conference is to provide a platform to all stakeholders such as microfinance providers, financial service providers involved in financial inclusion (like banks, digital...
The primary objective of “AMC-5: Embracing new Milestones – Navigating Inclusive Finance in a Post-Pandemic Era” to initiate a dialogue for concerted e orts among all relevant stakeholders, to identify the possible bottlenecks that exist in the industry that can possibly hinder the financial inclusion process and propose ideas to overcome it.
Islamabad: Pakistan Microfinance Network (PMN) has launched Munsalik to aid the digitalization of the microfinance industry. With this digital services platform, Munsalik will seek to not only...
Mapping the Competitive Environment in microfinance sector. MicroEYE is designed to represent industry data in graphical format for effortless comprehension.
Microwatch highlights the quarterly position of credit, savings, and insurance outreach on a country and regional basis coupled with outstanding portfolio at risk.
MicroMundi is an online portal that offers comprehensive and up-to-date information about Microfinance products being offered in Pakistan.
Identification and Assessment of Risks 2020
Pakistan Microfinance Review 2019
The financial year (FY) 2019 was challenging for the economy. The growth in real GDP declined to 3.3 percent compared to 5.5 percent in the prior year, well below the target of 6.2 percent, while inflation increased from 3.9 percent in FY 2018 to 7.3 percent during the year under review.
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Despite the slight setbacks set forth from the second wave of the pandemic, indicators for the last quarter of 2020 depicted that the microfinance sector reclaimed its previous growth trajectory as active borrowers surpassed 7 million clients.