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Our Activities

Microfinance techniques for investing in small businesses

Our Activities

Launched in 2008, Mikro Kapital is a group focused in the use of microfinance techniques for investing in small businesses across emerging areas of the world, with a focus on EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and APAC (Asia-Pacific) regions.

Microcredit has a direct influence on business, stimulating the growth of small companies and increasing the wellbeing of their owner, therefore making it highly valuable at a social level. At the same time, it provides a very interesting opportunity for investors to diversify their portfolio by investing in core business in the industrial, agricultural, and service sectors, which are flourishing thanks to the enthusiasm of their managers and which are largely unaffected by the volatility of the financial markets.

We believe in the real economy

Mikro Kapital invests in the real economy through its two securitisation funds: MIKRO FUND and ALTERNATIVE.

Over 13 years of activity, in a historical period marked by exceptional turbulence on the financial markets, the default rate on the credit awarded has been below 1%, which has led to a remarkable Risk/Reward.

The idea behind Mikro Kapital is to finance small businesses in emerging areas of the world.

Securitisation Funds of Mikro Kapital

Discover the opportunities of the Mikro Kapital main securitisation funds: MIKRO FUND and ALTERNATIVE. Both funds invest in their own network of regional branches and in third parties, such as local small financial institutions, leasing companies, banks or credit cooperatives.


Our solutions

Mikro Kapital has been operating securitisation undertakings assuming risks related to micro-financing since 2008.


ABOUT US

MIKRO FUND was created to support micro and small entrepreneurs lending, financial and operational leasing, and other micro-financing activities worldwide, with a focus on EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and APAC (Asia-Pacific), while ALTERNATIVE was set up to provide to its investors exposure to Italy, Romania, Moldova and in Emerging Countries along the Silk Road.

Both Securitization Funds acquire risks connected to equity and debt of micro-financing companies, small financial institutions, leasing companies, sharing economy participants, banks or credit cooperatives.