Abler Nordic (Formerly NMI)
Abler Nordic, formally NMI, was established in 2008 as a collaboration between public authorities and private investors to invest in and build institutions providing financial inclusion in developing countries. Private sector investors include pension funds and family offices from Norway and Denmark, and the public sector is represented by Norfund, the Norwegian Government Investment Fund for Developing Countries, and IFU, the corresponding Danish government fund. NMI’s mission is empowerment of poor people in developing countries and creation of jobs and wealth on a sustainable basis. We create both social and economic results by investing in and building financial inclusion institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa, India and Southeast Asia. Our head office is in Oslo, but we also have offices in Copenhagen, Jakarta, Nairobi and New Delhi. NMI currently manages five funds with total commitments of more than USD 350 million. Through our investments we are reaching close to 10 million clients.
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Incofin cvso
Incofin cvso is a Belgian investment fund with a lot of international experience and the heart in the right place.
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Acumen was incorporated on April 1, 2001, with seed capital from the Rockefeller Foundation, Cisco Systems Foundation and three individual philanthropists. Our desire was to transform the world of philanthropy by looking at all human beings as members of a single, global community where everyone had the opportunity to build a life of dignity.
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