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MFTransparency Features

  • New Pricing Data Revealed

    New Pricing Data Revealed

    Concluding months of research and analysis, MFTransparency presents new transparent pricing data, showing the current true prices of loans on offer to microloan borrowers in Pakistan.

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  • Available Now: Country Pricing Reports (CPRs)

    Available Now: Country Pricing Reports (CPRs)

    MFTransparency’s highly anticipated CPRs are now available on the website under the Resources section. Click here to know the first five countries for which the CPRs have been published!

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  • More New Pricing Data!

    More New Pricing Data!

    MFTransparency presents newly updated transparent pricing data for Kenya, showing the current true prices of loans on offer to Kenya’s microloan borrowers.

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  • Welcome to our website

    Welcome to our website

    Welcome to MFTransparency’s website! Our website features filterable educational resources, topical news and commentary, and global transparent pricing data.

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  • About MFTransparency

    About MFTransparency

    MFTransparency represents an industry movement toward responsible pricing practices. We have worked in 29 countries, with pricing data submitted voluntarily by over 532 institutions representing 1,795 different loan products sold to over 52 million clients.

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Our mission is to be the leader in microfinance product pricing transparency by promoting public disclosure and education.

Our vision is a Microfinance industry operating with healthy free market conditions where consumers and other stakeholders can make informed decisions.

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Recent News

  • Unraveling the Mysteries of Microfinance Interest Rates

    Unraveling the Mysteries of Microfinance Interest Rates

    On June 19, 2014 – Chuck Waterfield, CEO of Microfinance Transparency, has made a presentation about microfinance interest rates on the popular SMDP- 2014 webinar series organized by the University of New Hampshire, the Carsey Institute. Click here to watch!

    Published: 2014 - 07 - 16
  • Morocco Pricing Data Now Available

    Morocco Pricing Data Now Available

    June 26, 2014. We are pleased to announce the launch of new pricing data covering the microfinance market in Morocco. Please read for more information!

    Published: 2014 - 06 - 26
  • How to Measure the Impact of Microfinance?

    How to Measure the Impact of Microfinance?

    June 03, 2014 – How to measure the Impact of Microfinance? Check out the latest microfinance chat on Twitter organized by Kickloans.org with Chuck Waterfield, CGAP and PovertyCure as guest panelist! Click here to see the discussion!

    Published: 2014 - 06 - 05
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Recent Resources

  • Prices and Profits: Who Watches Which, and How do they Relate?

    Prices and Profits: Who Watches Which, and How do they Relate?

    On June 2013, Chuck Waterfield, CEO of MFTransparency, made a presentation on “Prices and Profits: Who Watches Which, and How do they Relate?” at the SPTF Annual meeting in Panama. Click here to watch the presentation!

    Published: 2014 - 06 - 17
  • Catalogues des Ressources Francophones de MFTransparency

    Catalogues des Ressources Francophones de MFTransparency

    La liste ci-dessous détaille les ressources francophones disponibles sur le site de MFTransparency. Vous pouvez cliquer sur le code de la resource souhaitée afin d’obtenir un aperçu du contenu et télécharger le fichier complet en format PDF.

    Published: 2014 - 01 - 16
  • Microfinance Pricing Report: Rwanda

    Microfinance Pricing Report: Rwanda

    The Rwanda CPR presents in-depth analysis of the prices paid by microfinance borrowers, covering loan products accessed by 68,714 of Rwanda’s borrowers.

    Published: 2013 - 10 - 23
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