As part of our corporate mission objective to nurture and enhance the socio-economic empowerment of the under banked and unbanked through innovative technology and provision of trusted seamless financial services we are engaged in strategic partnership with local and foreign technical and fund investors.
An International Funds Manager and Microfinance Advisor is a leading investor in microfinance banks, mobile money operators and other institutions that provide financial inclusion services to the largely unbanked population in West Africa. In alliance with its foreign partners, Dutch-based Goodwell Investments BV, Alitheia invested the sum 2 Million Euros (N408,000,000) in Mainstreet Bank Microfinance Bank Debt Note in 2013. Read more.
BOI is one of Nigeria’s major development financing institution formerly known as the Nigerian Industrial Development Bank (NIDB) The bank of industry has the mandate of providing financial assistance for the establishment of large, medium and small projects as well as expansion, diversification and modernization of existing enterprises; and rehabilitation ailing enterprises.
BOI has over 4 years invested a total sum of N480,000,000.00 (Four Hundred and Eighty Million Naira Only) in Mainstreet Bank Microfinance Bank for on-lending purposes in two tranches of N380,000,000.00 – National Automotive Council, NAC Fund and N100,000,000.00 - Dangote Bottom of the Pyramid Fund. Read more>>>
RUFIN is a Loan Agreement of US$27.2 million between the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the Federal Government of Nigeria. The central objective of the programme is to develop and strengthen Micro Finance Banks (MFBs), other member-based Micro Finance Institutions (MFls), by enhancing the access of the rural populace to the services of these institutions in order to expand and improve agricultural productivity and Micro-Small Rural Enterprises.
Mainstreet Bank Microfinance Bank is a RUFIN-mentored MFB. Mainstreet Bank Microfinance Bank’s staff have attended several RUFIN sponsored trainings within and outside Lagos. Read more>> >
EFINA is a financial sector development organization that promotes financial inclusion in Nigeria. EFiNA is funded by the UK Government’s development (DFID) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, focusing majorly on four (4) key pillars- Research, Innovation, Advocacy and Capacity Building.
EFiNA has sponsored trainings for our member of staff.