Inclusive Finance

  • Expanding Financial Inclusion in Tunisia Through a $10 million loan facility to Enda Tamweel, Citi Inclusive Finance and Citi will help enable Tunisia's largest microfinance institution to reach 17,000 more microentrepreneurs, about two-thirds of which are women.
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  • Citi Jordan and Inclusive Finance: Advancing Financial Access for 10,000 Women In 2018, one of Jordan’s leading microfinance institutions, Microfund for Women (MFW), received $5 million equivalent in local currency financing from Citi Jordan, leveraging a risk-sharing program between Citi’s Inclusive Finance group and the U.S. Government’s Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC).
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  • How Digitizing Agricultural Input Payments in Rural Kenya is Tackling Poverty: The Case of One Acre Fund Learn how One Acre Fund (OAF) is increasing economic opportunity and financial inclusion for Kenyan farmers. 
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  • Supporting Inclusive Economic
    Growth in Mexico
    New $229M 5-year Social Bond will finance job creation projects across Mexico through small enterprise development,
    investments in energy efficiency that will reduce utility costs for low-income households and strategies to
    expand access to affordable financial products and services.
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  • Citi Provides N500million for Microfinance Development in Nigeria Citi granted a N500 million loan to Accion Microfinance Bank as part of efforts to promote the development of the microfinance sector in Nigeria.
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