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  1. 1. The Citi Foundation supports the economic empowerment and financial inclusion of low- to moderate-income people in communities where Citi operates
  2. 2. In 2011, the Citi Foundation gave in 89 countries investing$25.3 million in expanding the financial capability of the underserved$11.7 million in creating sustainable enterprise and jobs$8.8 million supporting the development of financial inclusive products$8.7 million in building college aspirations by removing financial barriers$5 million increasing income generation opportunities for young adults
  3. 3. 2011 Key Performance Indicators Citi Foundation CitiSupporting asset building opportunities for individuals Increased lending to support small business growth
  4. 4. Proud Sponsor of the 2012 SEEP Network Annual Conference & Technology Track www.MasterCard.com/responsibilityMasterCard, Priceless, and the MasterCard brand marks are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. ©2012 MasterCard.
  5. 5. MasterCard and Telefonica have launched WANDA,a mobile banking platform providing electronic payments to more than 170 million people in Latin America. MasterCard, Priceless, and the MasterCard brand marks are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. ©2012 MasterCard.
  6. 6. MasterCard has partnered with the Grameen Foundation to extend mobile financial services, training, weather, pricing and agricultural information to farmers and rural microentrepreneurs.MasterCard, Priceless, and the MasterCard brand marks are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. ©2012 MasterCard.
  7. 7. MasterCard has partnered with SEWA to support the empowerment of women through entrepreneurial education, employment opportunities and financial literacy.MasterCard, Priceless, and the MasterCard brand marks are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. ©2012 MasterCard.
  8. 8. MasterCard has partnered with Pro Mujer to help women build livelihoods through financial services, business and empowerment training, and healthcare support.MasterCard, Priceless, and the MasterCard brand marks are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. ©2012 MasterCard.
  9. 9. MasterCard has partnered with PlaNet Finance to offer a tailored suite of financial products to microentrepreneurs in the developing world.MasterCard, Priceless, and the MasterCard brand marks are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. ©2012 MasterCard.
  10. 10. MasterCard’s Corporate Responsibility Website www.MasterCard.com/responsibility MasterCard, Priceless, and the MasterCard brand marks are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. ©2012 MasterCard.
  11. 11. Enhancing the state-of-the-practice Visit our Exhibit Booth for Publications, Tools, and other ResourcesThe FIELD-Support LWA www.microlinks.org/field-support
  12. 12. About Goal 2 100 Million Health & Seal of Your Project Microfinance Excellence Support Our Goals and Core Themes Reach 175 million of the world’s poorest families with microfinance Help 100 million families lift themselves out of extreme poverty Reach the Poorest | Empower Women | Financial Self-sustainability | Positive & Measureable ImpactPhoto credit: Vikram Joy
  13. 13. About Goal 2 100 Million Health & Seal of Your Project Microfinance Excellence SupportEnding extreme poverty The Microcredit Summit Campaign is leading a global coalition of microfinance, health, and other development practitioners to build pathways out of extreme poverty for 100 million familiesPhoto credit: Mohammed Rakibul Hasan
  14. 14. About Goal 2 100 Million Health & Seal of Your Project Microfinance Excellence Support The 100 Million Project Galvanizing energy around a global poverty reduction goal Track I: Measuring Progress Promoting the use of poverty measurement tools and data to deepen poverty outreach and better target intended clients Track II: Global Learning Agenda Identifying and understanding what it will take to help 100 million families lift themselves out of extreme povertyPhoto credit: Mohammed Rakibul Hasan
  15. 15. About Goal 2 100 Million Health & Seal of Your Project Microfinance Excellence Support A collaboration of the Microcredit Summit Campaign and Freedom from Hunger Health education Healthcare productsBy 2015: & services 28 Indian institutions 700,000 poor clients Health financing 3.5 million householdsPhoto credit: Microcredit Summit Campaign
  16. 16. About Goal 2 100 Million Health & Seal of Your Project Microfinance Excellence Support Seal of Excellence Poverty Outreach. Positive and Enduring Change.Measure poverty outreachLearn about client needs and preferencesChange services to create better outcomes Photo credit: Pro Mujer
  17. 17. About Goal 2 100 Million Health & Seal of Your Project Microfinance Excellence Support Make a commitment today! Become an ally of the 100 Million Project, the Health and Microfinance Alliance, and the Seal of Excellence www.MicrocreditSummit.org ww.100MillionIdeas.org info@microcreditsummit.orgPhoto credit: Microcredit Summit Campaign
  18. 18. The Better Than Cash Allianceaims to empower people andgrow emerging economies bysupporting the shift from cashto electronic payments 28
  19. 19. Around theworld, 2.5 billionpeoplelack access to formalfinancial services.Shifting to electronic distribution of benefits, aid or payments canadvance financial inclusion and help poor people build savings whileachieving cost savings, efficiency and transparency. Learn more at www.BetterThanCash.org 29
  20. 20. Deutsche Bank Global Social Investment Funds Driving Innovation in Microfinance since 1997 •Pioneer in innovative investment funds • that balance social and financial objectives • Over $840mm in Social Investment AUM • Supported more than 120 MFIs in over 50 different countries over 15 years 1st Global Bank to 1st microfinance fund 1st Global Bank to create a 1st Fund For 1st Subordinated directed toward microfinanceafund Create Institutional Debt Fund for institutional more than a decade Microfinance Fund Investors Microfinance investors ago 1st Sub-debt for an 1st Fund Capitalized 1st Customer International Exclusively by Focused Microfinance Private Investors Microfinance Fund NetworkDeutsche Bank Asad Mahmood SEEP Conference 2012
  21. 21. Deutsche Bank Global Social Investment Funds Driving Innovation in Microfinance since 1997 •Recent & Upcoming Investment Funds • Recently Closed • Global Commercial Microfinance Consortium II (2012) $100mm in Total Assets — $100mm fund for MFIs pursuing excellence in customer service through transparency, responsible pricing and product innovation. — Local Currency & Technical Assistance for SMART Campaign Certification Upcoming • Essential Capital Consortium (under development) $50mm Target — Will provide first loss capital to social enterprises and social investment debt funds — 1st of its kind, using a step-up coupon and management fee deferral to generate reserves that protect investor capitalDeutsche Bank Asad Mahmood 12/5/2012 9:22:11 AM SEEP Conference 2012 2010 DB Blue template
  22. 22. Pakistan has been ranked #3 globally for itsmicrofinance regulatory framework as well as for overallbusiness environment for MF by EIUPakistan is considered a leader for pushing forward theresponsible finance agenda Pakistan has been called a ‘laboratory for innovation’ by CGAP for its branchless banking developments Pakistan will soon have a regulatory framework for micro-insurance Pakistan’s MF market potential is estimated at about 25 million
  23. 23. SEEP Annual Conference 2012
  24. 24. Responsible Finance  Over 46 projects and/or programs under implementation globally Armenia Banking  90% are joint advisory and Tajikistan Microfinance investment projects  Products include Albania Energy Microfinance, SME Efficiency programs Housing Bangladesh Finance, Housing Beichuan Microfinance Finance, Credit Pakistan Microfinance Reporting, Insurance, Energy China Renshou MF Efficiency, Risk Management Egypt Housing Program China Microfinance Senegal Microfinance China Consumer Prot India MFI Programs Xinjiang Microfinance Global Insurance Program India Housing Progs China Rural Global: Knowledge & Guarantee Learning India Energy Efficiency Progs Pacific Islands. Next Global: Credit Gen – Mobile Banking Reporting India Resp. Fin Sri Lanka: Micro Finance & Leasing Pacific Islands: Global Index India Risk Mgmt Micro Finance Insurance Maldives Housing Global Retail DRC Microfinance Ethiopia Microfinance Ethiopia WHR Payments Kenya Microfinance Kenya Faulu Zambia Microfinance*Projects approved (US$) in IDA countries. *Client-facing projects approved only; 93% with existing+ potential investees. 40 of 10
  25. 25. Responsible Finance Offering advisory and investment services to further embed customer-focused solutions across financial sector products Consumers Implementing emerging global standards on governance, transparency, credit reporting, financial education, consumer protection practices to Financial Institutions complement risk management Convening and collaborating with Financial practitioners, providers, partner networks, funders Markets and policy makers through the Responsible Finance Industry Forum and its community of practice 41 of 10
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