Impact Stories

Impact Stories
An impact on families

Impact story

An impact on families

22-01-2020

BIO has given 2 loans of USD 4 M to FDL, a Nicaraguan MFI.

Mr Julio Flores Coca is the Vice President of FDL. This is his story

Ice is important business

Impact story

Ice is important business

16-12-2019

BIO made a USD 5 M investment in ARF / XSML, an SME mezzanine fund active in Central Africa.
Mr Norman Batuma got a loan from XSML. This is his story.

Fixing the value chain

Impact story

Fixing the value chain

08-11-2019

BIO gave a USD 2 M loan to Babban Gona, a large scale smallholder farmers’ platform in northern Nigeria.
Mr Kola Masha is the founder of the company. This is his story.

Accommodating the ability to speak

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Accommodating the ability to speak

01-10-2019

BIO made a USD 5 M equity investment in the TIDE TLcom Africa Fund, a fund of TLCapital.

Ido Sum is a partner of TLCapital. This is his story.

Kaizen means continuous improvement

Impact story

Kaizen means continuous improvement

03-09-2019

BIO made a USD 10 M equity investment in Kaizen Private Equity, India’s first Education focused fund.

Sandeep Aneja is the founder and managing partner of the fund, this is his story.

We have a responsibility to develop the continent

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We have a responsibility to develop the continent

12-06-2019

Dr Omobola Johnson is a Partner in the TIDE TLCom Venture Capital Fund

A desire to be an actor of change

Impact story

A desire to be an actor of change

16-05-2019

BIO gave two loans and two subsidies to GBS.

Alexis Indenge is the former CEO of GBS. This is his story.

You won't become an entrepreneur just by sitting around

Impact story

You won't become an entrepreneur just by sitting around

13-03-2019

BIO gave two loans, totalling € 700,000 to Moablaou. These loans were recently fully reimbursed.

Mr Abou Simbel Ouattara is the founder and CEO of Moablaou. This is his story.

I want to be close to the people who need me

Impact story

I want to be close to the people who need me

20-02-2019

Beatrice Nkunku works in a hospital Mutituni Hope. She received a loan from the Kenya Women Microfinance Bank, which is supported by REGMIFA.