Dayi Fuping Microcredit Co., Ltd.
Microfinance - Emerging Markets
Service with Minor Environmental Footprint
Dayi Fuping Microcredit Co., Ltd. was founded in April 2012 by Beijing Fuping Venture Capital Co., Ltd. and other investors concerned about poverty alleviation and social development, with a registered capital of 50 million RMB. Dayi Fuping aims to provide micro-credit loans and comprehensive services for rural low- and middle- income households as well as SMEs, who are usually excluded from the traditional financial service system. Dayi Fuping takes root in rural areas and its business covers 20 towns in Dayi County. Since its establishment, the company has issued 11,922 loans, totaling 346 million RMB and served nearly 4,000 rural households. Moreover, rural clients have accounted for 90% of all microfinance populations served. Through microfinance products and services, Dayi Fuping dedicates itself to improve the rural financial service system, activate the rural financial market, and contribute to targeted poverty alleviation and rural revitalization.
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