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Indian microfinance [electronic resource] :the challenges of rapid growth / Prabhu Ghate.

By: Ghate, Prabhu, 1941-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Los Angeles : Sage Publications, 2007Description: 1 online resource (226 p.).ISBN: 9788132101574 (electronic bk.); 813210157X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Microfinance -- India | Poor -- India | Microfinance | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Finance | Microfinance | Poor | IndiaGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.DDC classification: 332 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Overview and Summary of Main Recommendations; Progress of the Self Help Group Bank Linkage Programme; Progress under the Microfinance Institution (MFI) Model; MFIs: Learning from Andhra Pradesh; Diversifying Microfinance Services: A. Microinsurance; Money Transfer Services; Training and Capacity Building; Financing: Commercial: A. Lending to MFIs by the Commercial Banks; Equity Investments by the Venture Capital Funds; Financing: Developmental: A. Apex Financial Institutions: Growing the Seeds and Saplings; Donor Participation in Indian Microfinance; Some Ongoing Research on Indian Microfinance.
Summary: The microfinance sector in India has been growing rapidly in both scale and institutional diversity, making it the largest in the world. Indian Microfinance is a comprehensive account of various components of the Indian microfinance sector. It provides an overview of the main challenges facing the sector, the progress of its main delivery models, issues relating to the emerging microfinance services of microinsurance and money transters, ongoing efforts in training and capacity building, opportunities facing commercial financiers such as bankers and social venture capitalists, and an account o.
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Overview and Summary of Main Recommendations; Progress of the Self Help Group Bank Linkage Programme; Progress under the Microfinance Institution (MFI) Model; MFIs: Learning from Andhra Pradesh; Diversifying Microfinance Services: A. Microinsurance; Money Transfer Services; Training and Capacity Building; Financing: Commercial: A. Lending to MFIs by the Commercial Banks; Equity Investments by the Venture Capital Funds; Financing: Developmental: A. Apex Financial Institutions: Growing the Seeds and Saplings; Donor Participation in Indian Microfinance; Some Ongoing Research on Indian Microfinance.

The microfinance sector in India has been growing rapidly in both scale and institutional diversity, making it the largest in the world. Indian Microfinance is a comprehensive account of various components of the Indian microfinance sector. It provides an overview of the main challenges facing the sector, the progress of its main delivery models, issues relating to the emerging microfinance services of microinsurance and money transters, ongoing efforts in training and capacity building, opportunities facing commercial financiers such as bankers and social venture capitalists, and an account o.

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