Banco Solidario S.A.: microenterprise financing on a commercial scale in Bolivia
Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 1994 - Business & Economics - 32 pages
One of a series of working papers put out by the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at the ANU. Examines the experience of the Banco Solidario SA which began operations in Bolivia in 1992 and draws conclusions on how this microenterprise achieved success in a developing country. Includes a list of references.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
20 per cent ACCION International activities agencies AJRC Alexander Agafonoff annual subsidy received Appendix approx Australian National University average interest rate average loan Banco Departamental Banco Solidario S.A. bank's banking regulations Bolivian law Calmeadow Cambridge University Press cent interest cent per annum cent return certificates of deposit China's client borrowers Cochabamba commercial bank commercial terms concessional currently deposit facilities Economics Division end of June established Fernando Romero foreign formal sector group loans growth Head office Helen Hughes income individuals Indonesia informal sector International investment ISBN issues LIABILITIES loan officer loan portfolio microcredit microenterprise financing microentrepreneurs million mobilising NCDs negotiable certificates on-lending interest rate operating in Bolivia organisations Oruro Papua New Guinea private sector PRODEM profitability regional branches repayments Roberto Capriles rural shareholders small savers Subsidy Dependence Index technical assistance total assets transferred USAID PL480 loan Vanuatu World Bank