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Incofin launches India-focused impact fund with a first closing of USD 60 million

Incofin announces the successful first closing of the Incofin India Progress Fund (IPF) with USD 60 million of commitments. The fund will make private equity investments in the Indian agri-food value chain and in financial inclusion for rural entrepreneurs in India. The committed capital comes from a diverse set of private and institutional investors including […]

Support for small entrepreneurs when they need it the most

Incofin advised Invest in Visions disburses USD 18 million to Khan Bank in Mongolia. Through an extensive branch network and a digital platform the bank brings financial access to every corner of the country. During these challenging times for Mongolian entrepreneurs due to the pandemic, Khan Bank has only increased the support for them. Through […]

Incofin IM supports innovative app to check the quality of crop seeds

An Indian farmer will soon just need to take a picture with his smartphone to receive a few instants later a reliable quality analysis of the seed or grain in his hand. After four years of research, the Indian agri technology company SLCM wants to launch the mobile application by the end of the year. […]

Incofin renews its alignment with the the highest impact standards in the industry

Two years after becoming one of the founding signatories of the Operating Principles for Impact Management, Incofin releases the 2021 update of its annual disclosure statement. A few months ago, an external auditor (Ernst & Young) endorsed Incofin’s alignment to the 9 principles. Incofin now renews its annual disclosure statement. This re-affirms the adjustment of […]

Incofin cvso invests in entrepreneurial women in Indonesia

Incofin cvso disburses a EUR 1.7 million loan to Bina Artha, the financial institution that, through micro-loans, allows hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurial women in Indonesia to build a better future for themselves. Indonesia is not only known for its idyllic beaches, but also for impressive economic growth rates since the Asian crisis in 1997. […]

COVID-19 doesn’t stop Incofin cvso from investing in India

Incofin cvso disburses a EUR 2 million to Light Microfinance, so the financial institution can continue to support its clients. Light Microfinance reaches over 200,000 clients – exclusively women in rural and semi-urban areas.  Loan sizes are small and used for productive purposes in the underserved markets of west India. The biggest group of their […]

Incofin assists SOPROCOPIV to acquire the Fairtrade certificate

A Fairtrade certification brings many advantages: it ensures consumers that they are buying a good quality product in accordance with social, environmental and economic standards. Smallholder farmers benefit from a Fairtrade premium and receive a minimum price which protects them in case market prices drop. That is why Incofin assists their Congolese partner organization to […]

The case of decentralised piping water companies: resilience of safe drinking water models during COVID-19 times

At the beginning of the pandemic, COVID-19 put a break on a vast majority of businesses around the world. Logistical chains were broken, borders were closed, planes could not fly, people could hardly move. This created massive disruptions in many sectors, including hospitality, tourism and any other industry reliant on imports or exports. Slowly, in […]

External auditor confirms Incofin’s alignment to international high standard for impact management

One year after Incofin signed  the global standard that IFC set for impact management, Ernst & Young confirms in their report Incofin’s alignment to the nine principles. Incofin committed in May 2020 as signatory to the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) Operating Principles for Impact Management. The nine principles aim to set a global standard for […]

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Incofin launches India-focused impact fund with a first closing of USD 60 million

Incofin announces the successful first closing of the Incofin India Progress Fund (IPF) with USD 60 million of commitments. The fund will make private equity investments in the Indian agri-food value chain and in financial inclusion for rural entrepreneurs in India. The committed capital comes from a diverse set of private and institutional investors including […]

Support for small entrepreneurs when they need it the most

Incofin advised Invest in Visions disburses USD 18 million to Khan Bank in Mongolia. Through an extensive branch network and a digital platform the bank brings financial access to every corner of the country. During these challenging times for Mongolian entrepreneurs due to the pandemic, Khan Bank has only increased the support for them. Through […]

Incofin IM supports innovative app to check the quality of crop seeds

An Indian farmer will soon just need to take a picture with his smartphone to receive a few instants later a reliable quality analysis of the seed or grain in his hand. After four years of research, the Indian agri technology company SLCM wants to launch the mobile application by the end of the year. […]

Incofin renews its alignment with the the highest impact standards in the industry

Two years after becoming one of the founding signatories of the Operating Principles for Impact Management, Incofin releases the 2021 update of its annual disclosure statement. A few months ago, an external auditor (Ernst & Young) endorsed Incofin’s alignment to the 9 principles. Incofin now renews its annual disclosure statement. This re-affirms the adjustment of […]

Incofin cvso invests in entrepreneurial women in Indonesia

Incofin cvso disburses a EUR 1.7 million loan to Bina Artha, the financial institution that, through micro-loans, allows hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurial women in Indonesia to build a better future for themselves. Indonesia is not only known for its idyllic beaches, but also for impressive economic growth rates since the Asian crisis in 1997. […]

COVID-19 doesn’t stop Incofin cvso from investing in India

Incofin cvso disburses a EUR 2 million to Light Microfinance, so the financial institution can continue to support its clients. Light Microfinance reaches over 200,000 clients – exclusively women in rural and semi-urban areas.  Loan sizes are small and used for productive purposes in the underserved markets of west India. The biggest group of their […]

Incofin assists SOPROCOPIV to acquire the Fairtrade certificate

A Fairtrade certification brings many advantages: it ensures consumers that they are buying a good quality product in accordance with social, environmental and economic standards. Smallholder farmers benefit from a Fairtrade premium and receive a minimum price which protects them in case market prices drop. That is why Incofin assists their Congolese partner organization to […]

The case of decentralised piping water companies: resilience of safe drinking water models during COVID-19 times

At the beginning of the pandemic, COVID-19 put a break on a vast majority of businesses around the world. Logistical chains were broken, borders were closed, planes could not fly, people could hardly move. This created massive disruptions in many sectors, including hospitality, tourism and any other industry reliant on imports or exports. Slowly, in […]

External auditor confirms Incofin’s alignment to international high standard for impact management

One year after Incofin signed  the global standard that IFC set for impact management, Ernst & Young confirms in their report Incofin’s alignment to the nine principles. Incofin committed in May 2020 as signatory to the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) Operating Principles for Impact Management. The nine principles aim to set a global standard for […]

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Value creation through inclusive progress

We are passionate about pursuing inclusive progress through our investments in emerging countries. Our aim is to create value for our investors, our partners, our portfolio companies and the lives they touch. As an AIFM licensed fund manager, we create and manage impact oriented funds, advise on fund management for third parties and facilitate capacity building via our technical assistance facilities.

 

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We invest in
developing countries

Headquartered in Belgium with a global network of 5 offices, we finance and support organisations in over 65 countries.

USD 1.2Bn
350+
65
1,490
USD 2,7Bn
Incofin IM team

A driven
& international team

Incofin’s biggest asset is our international team. We have a team of more than 70 professionals with in-depth private equity, rural and agricultural finance expertise. Thanks to their expertise, commitment and strong relationships with the organisations in which we invest, Incofin succeeds in making a difference.

Our expertise

Equity

With more than 30 completed equity investments including a strong exit track record, we are proud to say that we have helped build and support solid institutions serving millions of clients globally.

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Debt-Finance

Risk capital is the core of Incofin’s investment activities. We have a strong track record in providing debt and quasi-equity financing to over 300 investees across emerging countries.

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Agri-Finance

We support sustainability focused producer cooperatives and agro SMEs across Latin America, Africa and Asia. Our balanced portfolio of 50+ clients not only serves local food chain systems, but also promotes global food demands for exported products.

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Technical Assistance

We work with a well-established network of service providers to ensure our clients get the right expertise and support. We continuously monitor the development of our projects, evaluate the results and measure the impact for investees and for end customers.

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