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MFTransparency presents at MFCNY event, New York, USA

Published on March 8, 2012

On 8th March 2012, the Microfinance Club of New York hosted a lively event highlighting David Roodman’s new book Due Diligence: An Impertinent Inquiry into Microfinance.  This book has been described as “the most complete investigation ever into the sources and consequences of microfinance.”

Chuck Waterfield joined David Roodman and a panel of prominent microfinance experts, including CJ Juhasz from Womens World Banking, Camilla Nestor from the Grameen Foundation and Paul DiLeo from Grassroots Capital, to present observations of microfinance. Discussions presented both negative and positive aspects of microfinance, cited qualitative and quantitative data, and looked at development issues such as poverty, freedom, and industry building.

Chuck’s presentation on “Balancing Impact with Profits through Responsible Pricing” can be viewed below, and a video of the conference can be viewed here.

Event Presentation – download in English

Balancing Impact with Profit through Responsible Pricing

Chuck Waterfield, March 8, 2012

MFCNY Debate, New York, USA

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