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How microfinance lenders have become hot targets for financial services firms

09 December, 2016

The inability to tap private equity investors by fund-starved small- to medium-sized microfinance companies (MFIs) has created a market full of attractive targets for banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) which are seeking new avenues of growth as well as trying to tide over the competition from the small finance banks. 


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How microfinance lenders have become hot targets for financial services firms

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