François Rancourt is Credit Adivsor at the Entrepreneur Financial Center (EFC) set up and operated by DID in Tunisia. His mandate? Instilling positive attitudes with regard to credit management and credit risk and through business development aimed at servicing micro-entrepreneurs who have been excluded from the traditional financial system.
Launched in 2011 at the initiative of the Haitian Government, the SYFAAH projet on Agricultural financing and insurance systems in Haiti ends with excellent results
Discover the many and very positive impacts of the PASAC project to support the agricultural finance system in Colombia, which DID is conducting with several partners and with financial support from the Government of Canada.
With support from the Desjardins Foudation, DID offered five young participants a stimulating professional experience in Benin, Haiti and Tunisia.
Ranked among Peru’s most solid institutions, Abaco is the second-largest financial cooperative in the country.
Discover the ten key principles to consider when planning and implementing a digital transformation project, inspired from the presentations made during Proxfin’s 2018 seminar.
The Entrepreneur Financial Center of Tunisia will be the host of the next annual meeting of Proxfin, to be held in the fall of 2019 on the topic of financial and non-financial services to entrepreneurs. EFC’s Chair, Radhi Meddeb, will be chairing Proxfin for the next two years.
He will take office on January 3, 2019.
In Ecuador, DID issues a loan to the 4 de Octubre cooperative and renews its partnership with the Fundación Espoir