FMO is the Dutch entrepreneurial development bank
Since 1970, we have been a driving force behind investments empowering local entrepreneurs in emerging markets. We believe in a world in which, in 2050, more than 9 billion people live well and within the means of the planet’s resources.
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Read more ›2019 Performance
February 08, 2019 | Together with Accion and Quona Capital, we organized the Fintech for Inclusion Global Summit focused on financial inclusion through Fintech solutions in emerging markets.
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Letter of the Executive Committee
Our Executive Committee is comprised of nine directors: Peter van Mierlo, Linda Broekhuizen, Fatoumata Bouare, Peter van Mierlo, Linda Broekhuizen, Fatoumata Bouare, Peter van Mierlo, Linda Broekhuizen, Fatoumata Bouare
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About this report
FMO’s integrated annual report was prepared following the principles of the Integrated Reporting framework of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and in accordance with the 'core option' of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
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We are aware that FMO operates in a network of organizations and civil society. In this network, our decisions have an impact on others and vice versa.
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In 2018, we carried out a materiality survey following the standards of the Global Reporting Initiative. This resulted in 14 topics, ranked by FMO’s key stakeholders in order of importance, and degree to which they believed FMO had an impact.
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Stakeholder engagement on material topics
The following table provides an overview of our key stakeholders, which topics are most material to them, how we engage with each and how this engagement contributes to realizing our long-term objectives.
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The table below links the material topics to our key performance indicators, targets and performance.
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A partnership to promote sustainable banking
At the turn of the century, international commercial investors and development financial institutions considered breaking into the Nigerian financial sector.
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