Microlux finance plus de 100 micro-entrepreneurs au Luxembourg: le saviez-vous ?

InFiNe.lu gives voice to its members and helps you discover new facets of their work in video.

Today, microlux funds over 100 micro-entrepreneurs in Luxembourg: did you know it ?

InFiNe.lu donne la parole à ses membres et vous fait découvrir des aspects parfois méconnus de leur travail via des capsules vidéos.

Aujourd’hui, microlux finance plus de 100 […]

Launch of the AFI Europe Representative Office in Luxembourg

The Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) opens its Europe Representative Office in Luxembourg.

AFI is the world’s leading organization on financial inclusion policy and regulation. Roughly 100 member institutions make up the AFI network including central banks, ministries of finance and other financial regulators from 90 developing and emerging countries. AFI works on empowering policymakers to […]

A Resumption of Activities under Operational and Financial Constraints for MFIs

The last results of the survey made by ADA – Appui au Développement Autonome, Fondation Grameen Crédit Agricole (FGCA) and Inpulse Investment Management on the impact of COVID-19 crisis among their microfinance institutions partners around the world have been published.

The results are based on the answers provided between July 23rd and August 6th 2020 by […]

InFiNe.lu member, Bamboo Capital Partners has entered into a long-term strategic partnership with Palladium to mobilize USD$1 billion in impact capital by 2023

This long-term strategic partnership to deliver impact at scale resulted in Palladium taking a minority stake in Bamboo, while Bamboo will become the asset management arm of Palladium, expanding Palladium’s global impact capabilities.
Bamboo and Palladium have joined forces to achieve their shared objective of mobilizing private sector
investment at scale to significantly contribute toward the UN’s […]

Apply for the 2021 Certificate in Law and Regulation in Inclusive Finance

Applications to attend the 2021 Certificate in Law and Regulation in Inclusive Finance that will take place from 18 – 28 January 2021 in Luxembourg are opened.

Launched in January 2017, the Certificate in Law and Regulation of Inclusive Finance is a joint project of the ADA Chair in Financial Law (Inclusive Finance) at the Faculty […]

New Report: How the Development Sector is Channeling Money to Digital Financial Services

This new report from The Mix and CFI-Accion provides information to guide funders’approaches to support the development of reliable and effective digital financial services for the benefit of low-income populations.

Development funders – bilaterals, multilaterals, development finance institutions and private foundations – are more and more harnessing digital financial services (DFS) to promote financial inclusion. But […]

Last Report of the UN Secretary-General’s Task Force on Digital Financing of the SDGs

26 August 2020

The UN Task Force on Digital Financing (UNDF Task Force) of the SDGs has found that digitalization « is already making a difference in financing the SDGs, and harnessing digitalization to advance citizen-centric financing can do so much more. » 

The UN Secretary General, António Guterres, has highlighted the key role of Digital Financing to reach […]

16th International Conference on Inclusive Insurance (Digital Edition)

2 – 6 November

The event is free of charge.

Registered participants will receive access to the website with the information on how to access each of the 18 sessions in due course.

Get the draft agenda and/or register here.



Council on Smallholder Agricultural Finance – State of the Sector Report 2020

While agriculture has not yet been hit as hard as other sectors, COVID-related challenges in the coming months loom on top of the structural barriers that have hampered the growth of CSAF members’ lending over the past four years.

CSAF (Council of Smallholder Agricultural Finance) is deeply concerned about the impact of these disruptions on smallholder […]

The Role of Savings Groups in Supporting Graduation from Social Safety Nets

In 2019, the SEEP Network convened a Peer Learning Group (PLG) comprised of both government and civil society social protection programmes to explore the Role of Savings Groups in Supporting Graduation from Social Safety Nets. Members of the PLG, as listed in the acknowledgements, included representatives from the governments of Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, and […]