Boulder Institute of Microfinance

Boulder Institute of Microfinance (2004, Boulder CO;

An educational institution that “has trained over 6,500 professionals bringing together representatives from microfinance institutions (MFI), support organizations and government agencies around new content that is evidence based.” It “is known for helping finance professionals understand the changes needed to effectively serve the lower-income markets in their countries in a way that no other training institution is able to develop.”


Leadership: Robert Peck Christen (President, Founder)
Budget: ~$3.5m (2017)

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