skip to Main Content

News and Media

Inpulse generates high quality and clear information about our activities. Within this section, you will find useful documents like annual reports or short teasers presenting our managed funds. You will also have access to other external publications providing insights about the sector/countries we invest in. Moreover, we keep you informed on the various initiatives and projects we are involved in, and the ones deserving our support for better visibility.  

News

HELENOS LAUNCHING EVENT, 26 OCTOBER, BRUSSELS – KEYNOTE SPEECH BY EUROPEAN COMMISSION VICE-PRESIDENT KATAINEN

To celebrate the launch of Helenos, Inpulse is delighted to invite you to join a special event within the framework of the European Microfinance Day 2018. The event will be held on October 26 at Radisson RED Hotel, Rue d’Idalie 35, Brussels. For more information and registration please see the…

read more

THE MICROFINANCE BAROMETER: INPULSE/CREDIT COOPERATIF CONTRIBUTE TO 2018 EDITION

Every year since 2010, Convergences has been publishing the Microfinance Barometer, a publication that aims at showcasing the global trends of the sector, while raising awareness about the high impact microfinance initiatives and promoting best practices. Have a look the article signed by our colleague Isabelle over the profitability of…

read more

New initiative launched: Helenos

Thanks to the support of EIF-EaSI, Inpulse Investment Manager is glad to announce the launch of a unique initiative for the inclusive finance sector in Europe : Helenos. Helenos is the first European private equity fund whose mission is to strengthen the capital of small and medium financial intermediaries targeting microentrepreneurs,…

read more

COOPMED EXTENDS ITS SUPPORT TO ACAD

CoopMed disbursed its second loan of 500 K USD to the Arab Center for Agriculture Development (ACAD) Finance in the Palestinian Territories. With this loan, CoopMed is willing to support the organization which focuses on its mission to reach excluded micro- entrepreneurs and small farmers in a difficult context.

read more
Media
Back To Top