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MIX's Chicago Microfinance Conference Presentation: Measuring Social Performance

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  • 1. The Premier Source for MicrofinanceData and AnalysisThis presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.Microfinance Information ExchangeMeasuring Social PerformanceAn Introduction to MIX’s SP Program May 3, 2013
  • 2. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.Contents of the Presentation
  • 3. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.MIX BasicsMFIDonors andInvestorsRatersMFI NetworksRegulatorsWhat is MIX?3
  • 4. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.• Relevant• Easy to collect• Verifiable by third parties• Publicly availableRatersDonors andInvestors MFI RegulatorsMFIMFI NetworksMFI NetworksWhat Makes a Good SP Indicator?
  • 5. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.MIX’s SP Indicator Categories1. Mission and social goals2. Governance3. Range of products and services4. Client outreach by lending methodology5. Borrower retention6. Social responsibility to clients7. Transparency of costs of services to clients8. Human resources and staff incentives9. Employment creation and enterprises financed10. Social responsibility to the environment11. Poverty outreach
  • 6. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.2 MIXindicators5 MIXindicators5 MIXindicators9 MIXindicators4 MIX indicatorsUNDERCONSTRUCTION!MIX Indicators Align with SPTF Standards
  • 7. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.Market Coverage* of SP Reporters (FY11)7EAP(n=97)ECA(n=191)LAC(n=280)MENA(n=32)SSA(n=184)South Asia(n=190)Total(n=974)Bank(n=64)96% 88% 88% 19% 84% 14% 69%Credit Union /Cooperative(n=162)27% 96% 60% -- 66% 51% 59%NBFI(n=311)98% 99% 68% 98% 73% 87% 83%NGO(n=355)76% 96% 95% 57% 67% 84% 81%Rural Bank(n=28)40% -- -- -- -- 100% 63%Other(n=24)88% 100% 79% 69% 100% 23% 75%Unknown(n=30)-- 100% -- -- -- -- 24%Total(n=974)87% 94% 80% 60% 73% 74% 78%*Market coverage = % of all FY11 active borrowers on MIX Market served by MFIsthat have reported SP profile data (total FY11 active borrowers on MM = 94M)
  • 8. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.Do MFIs View MF in Terms of Poverty Reduction?8
  • 9. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.Do MFIs Track Outcomes Related to their Goals?9*Proxy outcome indicator (women’s empowerment services outreach)
  • 10. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.Focus on Poverty Data10CountryPercent ofclients belowNPL (median)Percent ofpopulation belowNPL*Bolivia (n=3) 37% 51%Colombia (n=3) 31% 34%Ecuador (n=2) 21% 28%Guatemala (n=2) 6% 54%Peru (n=4) 27% 28%FY11 PPI Data(restricted to countries with more than one MFI reporting)*Source: World Bank (most recent year available)161 MFIs have reported at least one year of client poverty data and 78 have reportedFY11 poverty data The most common measurement methods used for reporting are the PPI, PCHincome, and custom poverty scorecards Only 6 MFIs were able to report how many of their clients moved out of poverty in FY11
  • 11. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.Concluding Remarks Social performance reporting to MIX is becoming thenorm and a set of industry standards for SPM do exist Poverty reduction remains one of the most popularsocial goals of MFIs; however, MFIs cite financialinclusion even more frequently (except in S. Asia andSSA) Systematic tracking and reporting of social outcomesleaves much to be desired, meaning that claims aboutmicrofinance’s impact and potential remain largelyanecdotal11
  • 12. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.MIX partners with a dedicated group of industry leaders:MIX Global and Project Partners12
  • 13. This presentation is the proprietary and/or confidential information of MIX, and all rights are reserved by MIX. Any dissemination, distribution or copying of thispresentation without MIX’s prior written permission is strictly prohibited.Visit us on the Web:www.themix.org ♦ www.mixmarket.orgContact us: info@themix.orgInterested in learning more about MIX?Sign up to receive our free e-mailnewsletters!Find us on FacebookFollow us on Twitter: @mix_marketRegional Offices:Baku, Azerbaijan44 J. Jabbarli st. Caspian Plaza I, 5thFloor,Baku, AzerbaijanLima, PeruJirón León Velarde 333 Lince, Lima 14, PerúRabat, MoroccoImmeuble CDG Place Moulay HassanBP 408 Rabat MoroccoHyderabad, IndiaRoad #12, Landmark Building, 5thFloor,Banjara Hills, Hyderabad 500034, IndiaMicrofinance Information Exchange13Headquarters:1901 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Suite 307Washington, D.C. 20006 USA

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