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“Credit Society “ORDA Credit” Limited Liability Partnership

“ORDA Credit” performs particular banking activities within South-Kazakhstani Region. The priority orientation of “ORDA Credit” activities is the facilitation of access to credit resources for micro- and small business entities and for the general public.

“ORDA Credit” –  was established in 1999 to perform particular banking activities, and hadn’t changed its business line within a time range.

For the years of development of “ORDA Credit” there has been created a financial and technical base, required for stable and smooth-running operation, also a reputation of effective business partner and the risk-free financial institution has been developed.

In January 2008 – Standard & Poor`s rating agency has assigned long term and short term credit ratings to be "ССС+/С" and a rating on a national scale to be "kzB+". Prognosis - "Stable".

The advantages of “ORDA Credit” are the following:

  • • Market coverage in South-Kazakhstani Region;
  • • Close-knit team of personnel;
  • • Long term experience in the banking business.

“ORDA Credit” provides loans to entities and persons in native currency on terms of urgency, collectability and availability against interest payments. Loan policy is focused on crediting of industry and agricultural processing, consumer goods, construction and other business areas, as well as on consumer-oriented plans.

“ORDA Credit” capital investment includes corporate security portfolio by Kazakhstani offices of the issue, investment in subsidiaries and realty.

 

Rural Impulse Fund II (RIF II)

Rural Impulse Fund II (RIF II) is a successor of RIF I, and also invests in microlenders by means of borrowed and capital investment. These commercial MFOs provide financial services in rural areas with deprived backgrounds. Investors of this fund are development banks (IFC, EIB, KfW, BIO, FMO, PROPARCO and NMI), financial institutions (Storebrand, BNP Paribas Fortis, Bank für Kirche und Caritas, VDK Spaarbank, Vinis-Die Erste Sparinvest, Microfinanza and Volksvermogen) and Belgian labor body ACV-CSC METEA.

 

ASN-Novib Microcredit Fund (ANMF)

Being established in 1999 by ASN Bank and Oxfam Novib, fund ASN-Novib Microcredit Fund (ANMF) was the first mutual retail fund for MFO in Netherlands. The Fund allows individuals to invest in MFO by acquiring shares issued by ASN Bank. The purpose of fund is stimulation of extended partnership of all kinds of businesspeople in market economy of developing countries.

The Fund provides capital to microlenders, which are appropriate for micro-businessmen, which are prevented from the official core banking; banks often treat such businessman as either too risky or inconsiderable. With portfolio at risk for more than 30 days 0,9%, the Fund can impress with proven track record.

ANMF invests in developing and established microlenders (primarily regulated by MFO, financial institutions and banks, but also by NGO). It performs the activity in the countries of Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America, which have been assigned as Countries of Official Development Aid of OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development).

 

MicroVest Capital Management

MicroVest Capital Management, LLC is a private, non-commercial investment advisor devoted to poverty reduction on a global basis, by using a commercial basis for investment.

The Company seeks for stable solutions against poverty, assisting the international private capital flow to low-income financial institutions. The Company believes that commercialism provides the most effective, scalable and stable solution for the creation of positive effect in developing countries when reaching the market financial payoff for our investors.

MicroVest controls the family of funds, which invest in debts and security capital, existing microlenders and other financial institutions with low income throughout the geographical areas.

MicroVest is owned by the three non-commercial organizations and key partners to the greater extent. The non-commercial owners, MicroVest, CARE, MEDA, and Cordes Fund, come laden with more than 50 years of experience in the area of international development of small business and investment.

Our contacts

47 G. Ilyaeva Street, Shymkent,
South Kazakhstan region, Kazakhstan, 160011

Work Schedule

Monday - Friday
From 9:00 to 18:00