Fusion is a 100% women client based micro-credit and life insurance company, servicing those living in India’s rural and semi-urban areas. Through its products, Fusion promotes economic opportunities to transform the quality of the lives of the most underserved. Fusion has coverage in 13 states, 184 districts and extends to 39,245 villages. RIF II was the sole series A-investor.
One of the largest banking Business Correspondent in India, disrupting traditional banking services via its process oriented and tech-enabled systems. With a focus on the rural and most financially excluded segments of society, SAVE services 24 India states and contributes to ~11m rural employment opportunities. agRIF is the sole series A-investor.
Khushhali is the leading Micro Finance Bank providing financial services to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and low income households across Pakistan. Its objective is to be a commercial based microfinance institution, by establishing a sustainable platform of financial services to the poor accompanied with retail delivery mechanisms. RIF II is part of the controlling shareholder consortium of the bank.
Sohan Lal is a market disrupter in the agricultural value chain. Through the use of technology, it offers innovative logistic and financial solutions to smallholder farmers and SMEs. With a coverage of 20 Indian states and 29 locations in Myanmar, Sohan Lal operates over 2,500 warehouses and manages over 600 different commodities.
Faircent is the #1 peer to peer lending platform in India, utilising technology and proprietary processes to make credit accessible to more people, easier, faster and fairer. It has coverage in 32 Indian states and targets the borrower segment who are not be serviced by traditional banks. agRIF is a series B-investor.
ACME is one of the most prominent microfinance institutions in Haiti. It is a social and sustainable institution that focuses on small entrepreneurs in rural areas and targets the most vulnerable people in Haiti. Most branches of ACME are located in the rural regions. CVSO was the first institutional investor in ACME.