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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 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.  

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COOPEST CONTINUES ITS LENDING ACTIVITY IN EASTERN EUROPE

During Covid-19 unprecedented crisis,  CoopEst provides more funds to two exciting clients: Lider in Bosnia & Herzegovina and Smart Credit in Moldova. This will support them in resuming or strengthening their lending activity to under-served or low-income population. Lider is a regulated MFI operating across Bosnia & Herzegovina since 2002, providing long-term…

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AN ASSESSMENT OF CORONAVIRUS EFFECTS ON INPULSE PARTNERS

In the current challenging times of COVID-19, the impact on our day-to-day life (globally but especially in Europe and MENA) is already tangible. Uncertainty about the length of the crisis is currently high and first questions arise about the way and the time of getting out of this unprecedent crisis.…

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The Belgian FSMA granted Inpulse full license as Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM)

Good news deserves to be shared especially these days! We are very pleased to announce that Inpulse Investment Manager has been added to the list of authorized AIFMs by the Belgian FSMA (Financial Services and Market Authority). Such accreditation is the recognition for 15 years dedicated to achieve Sustainable Development Goals through…

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CoopMed strengthen its position in Morocco with extra 750 000 EUR

By disbursing its first ever subordinated loan, CoopMed supports the development of Attadamoune, aiming to finance low-income individuals from rural, peri-urban and urban areas. As well, end of 2019 we renewed a 250 000 EUR senior loan with Al Karama, a long-time partner CoopMed supports since 2016.

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End of 2019, CoopMed renewed its partnerships in Tunisia

CoopMed granted a loan to the MFI “Centre Financier aux Entrepreneurs” (CFE) a total of 1 000 000 EUR to support Tunisian SME

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IMPACT STUDY ON “OUTCOMES OF MICROCREDIT PROVISION TO SYRIAN REFUGEES IN LEBANON”

Thanks to CoopMed, the final report of the study on the impact of microcredit on Syrian refugees clients of Al Majmoua (MFI in Lebanon) is released today. The main goal of the study was to detect the impact of microcredit provision on refugees’ households and see which are the changes…

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