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What Is A Micro Loan? A complete Guide

by John Smith Proffesional Manager

As the name implies, microcredits are "small loans" and cost only $ 100. Microfinance institutions provide these small loans (and other types of financial services) to poor entrepreneurs who use them to develop informal businesses. , Allows borrowers to increase overall revenue. If the increase in profits is not directly linked to complete and complete poverty alleviation, the poor can more effectively combat the stifling reality of extreme poverty. In the past, commercial banks have rejected the poor as unable to pay and denied access to key financial products such as working capital loans, savings and insurance. Poor workers around the world have proven to be excellent credit risk and a cautious user of 'micro' financial services since the first microcredit was disbanded by ACCION non-profit organization in Recife, Brazil in 1973 It has been. Members around the world average 97%.

How Do Microcredits Help The Poor?

Most of the poorest people in the world often cannot find permanent work, and many do not receive living wages. Poor people often rely independently in every conceivable way to support their families. Sell fruits, weave clothes and open small bakery at local markets. Microcredit helps break through the poverty cycle of this vulnerable group of working micro-entrepreneurs. With a MIKROLÅN, you can buy large quantities of raw materials or purchase important equipment such as sewing machines. Loans can also help the poor deal with health emergencies and pay high costs for education, funerals, weddings, and more. In general, these financial products help the poor develop microbusinesses, save money and work for better living standards.

How Do Unofficial Loans Compare To Microcredit?

It is important to remember that "... the idea of microcredit granting MIKROLÅN to previously inaccessible people is widespread, but wrong" (CGAP). Poor people often have access to informal credit channels through lenders, lenders, or families. The challenge for micro entrepreneurs in developing countries is finding access to reliable and secure credit. Microcredit is distributed by microfinance institutions and is a much more reliable asset for the poor. For groups with irregular and uncertain income, this fiscal balance can change lives. Microcredit allows the poor to manage irregular incomes, promote consumption, and often climb economic ladders with dignity and pride.

Are All Microcredits The Same?

For large loans that cost thousands of dollars, microcredit depends on several factors, including the regulatory environment, domestic standards of living, the size of microfinance institutions, and the ratings of individual customers. The valuation process to determine credit financing potential is as important to microfinance as any other "formal" financial practice. Like traditional banks, ACCION's microfinance program uses tools such as tin market stall, quantity and cost of goods sold, raw materials and household costs, or small trade assets such as guarantees. And evaluate potential borrowers.

However, unlike traditional banks, our partner program does not allow loans based solely on quantitative returns or guarantees. It also dispatches lenders to meet potential borrowers in the workplace, examines qualitative variables, including interviews with customers, assesses the nature of business customers, and determines the motivation and ability of micro-entrepreneurs. Pay, Loan, This character-based loan gives you "beyond the numbers" a bigger picture of potential borrowers than traditional credit scores. If this is not evidence of microcredit success, at least as a small testimony


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About John Smith Advanced   Proffesional Manager

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