Commitment to Action

Defining New Models for Poverty Alleviation

Commitment by

Deutsche Bank Americas

In 2005, Deutsche Bank committed to launching the $75 million Global Microfinance Consortium as a demonstration of a new model of corporate social engagement. The fund provides financing for microfinance institutions (MFIs) throughout the developing world, while creating a new asset class in which responsible corporations make investments that achieve both financial returns and realize social gains for the world's poor.

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Commitment

Defining New Models for Poverty Alleviation

Launched

2005

Est. Duration

6 Years

Estimated Total Value

$80,600,000

Region

Asia, Latin America & Caribbean, Europe

Countries

AZERBAIJAN, BOLIVIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, CAMBODIA, COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, EL SALVADOR, GEORGIA, HONDURAS, KENYA

Commitment by

Deutsche Bank Americas