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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)


The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is the international financial institution providing project financing for banks, industries and businesses, both new ventures and investments in existing companies. The Bank also works with publicly owned companies.

Each of its projects is tailored to the needs of the client and to the specific situation of the country, region and sector.



KfW banking group is a German government-owned development bank, based in Frankfurt. Its name originally comes from Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau, meaning Reconstruction Credit Institute. It was formed in 1948 after World War II as part of the Marshall Plan.

The Group finances the investments in the future made by German citizens and SMEs to ensure that the German economy remains strong, as well investments in municipal and social infrastructure to advance structural change and the common welfare.

Federal Ministry of Finance


Federal Ministry of Finance is responsible for all aspects of financial and tax policies in Germany.

EU/ The Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF)


The Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF) is financial mechanism aimed at mobilising additional funding to cover the investment needs of the EU Neighbouring region for infrastructures in sectors such as transport, energy, the environment and social issues (e.g. construction of schools or hospitals). The NIF also supports the private sector particularly through risk capital operations targeting Small and Medium-sized Enterprises.



U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) was the first U.S. foreign assistance organization whose primary emphasis was on long-range economic and social development assistance to foreign countries. The United States has a long history of extending a helping hand to people overseas struggling to make a better life. It is a history that both advances U.S. foreign policy interests as well as reflects the American people's compassion and support of human dignity.

Polish Microfinance Center


MFC is a grassroots network of 105 microfinance institutions from Europe and Central Asia. MFC members range from banks, non-governmental organizations, social and commercial investors, to development institutions and international private voluntary organizations. All share an interest in microfinance, as providers of financial services, capital or technical assistance. MFC develops capacity of microfinance institutions through: annual conferences, trainings, research and policy advice.


From its founding in 1975, Chemonics has worked in more than 150 countries to help its clients, partners, and beneficiaries face difficult challenges, from political instability to limited healthcare to a lack of market infrastructure.

Triple Jump

Triple Jump is a responsible investment manager based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Triple Jump manages and advises investment funds that focus on improving livelihoods at the bottom of the pyramid. It specializes in managing and advising microfinance investment funds, each with a specific target group and different risk and return objectives. The portfolio of companies range from NGOs receiving their first non-subsidised loans to regulated banks acting as a savings intermediary that serve hundreds of thousands of borrowers.

Taiwan ICDF


The International Cooperation and Development Fund (Taiwan ICDF) is dedicated to boosting socio-economic development, enhancing human resources and promoting economic relations in a range of developing partner countries. To carry out its mission, ICDF offers a range of assistance that centers on four core operations: lending and investment, technical cooperation, humanitarian assistance, and international education and training.



Fert is an international cooperation association, created in 1981 through the will of leaders from several professional cereal organizations (AGPB, ITCF (nowadays ARVALIS), UNIGRAINS) and several personalities concerned with the problems faced by the food and agriculture economy in developing countries. Fert's mission is to contribute to create the conditions for farmers in these countries to provide a better supply for their country by improving their living and working standards.

The Government of Ireland’s Development Cooperation Ireland (DCI)


Irish Aid is the Government of Irelands programme of assistance to developing countries. The Government of Irelands Development Cooperation Ireland (DCI) manages the Irish Aid, providing assistance to people, governments and civil society in other countries. Reduction of poverty, inequality and exclusion in developing countries is the key focus of the international development assistance of the Irish Aid.

Irish Aid supports projects and programmes in the following areas: agriculture, debt relief, development education, education, emergency & recovery, environment, food security, gender, governance, health, HIV & AIDS, human rights & democracy, ICT, infrastructure & roads, trade, water & sanitation.

National Bank of the Republic of Belarus


The National Bank is the central bank and governmental body of the Republic of Belarus and acts solely in the interests of the Republic.

The main objectives of the National Bank are:

- Protection and ensuring stability of the Belarusian Ruble;

- Development and strengthening of the Belarusian banking system;

- Ensuring efficient, reliable and safe operation of the payment system.

Making profit is not the National Banks main goal.

Intesa Sanpaolo


The merger brought together two major Italian banks with shared values so as to increase their opportunities for growth, enhance service for retail customers, significantly support the development of businesses and make an important contribution to the country's growth.

Intesa Sanpaolo is among the top banking groups in the euro zone. Intesa Sanpaolo is the leader in Italy in all business areas (retail, corporate and wealth management). The Group offers its services to 10.8 million customers through a network of 5,600 branches well distributed throughout the country

with market shares no lower than 15% in most Italian regions.

The International Foundation for Rural Development

The Foundation if a Belarusian non-commercial organization created on 25 January 2008 with the aim of promoting the socio-economic and cultural development of rural areas in the Republic of Belarus.

The mission of the International Foundation for Rural Development is to assist to rural communities in the development and implementation of economic and social initiatives to improve the quality of life in rural areas.

Banks Association of the North-West Federal District (Russian Federation)

The Association was founded on December 19, 1989 and was designed to implement policies to protect the interests of the banking community in the region, to contribute to improvement of the legal and regulatory framework necessary for the successful operation of banks, to strengthen public confidence in the banking system, to promptly and fully inform the public about the activities of the Association members.


Commercial bank "Hamkorbank" has been operating in Uzbekistan since 1991. For over 20 years the bank has formed a large network of branches covering 12 out of the 14 administrative regions of the Republic and presently has 199 outlets.

The bank provides services to a wide range of clients offering more than 40 financial products. The main activity of the bank has been lending to the real sector of the economy of Uzbekistan. Financial support of small businesses and individual entrepreneurs has taken a special place among the bank priorities.


“Deloitte” is the brand under which tens of thousands of dedicated professionals in independent firms throughout the world collaborate to provide audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management, and tax services to selected clients.

The Azerbaijan Micro-Finance Association (AMFA)

AMFA was created in December 2001 as follow up of the first Azerbaijan Micro-finance Conference was held in Baku. AMFA membership constitutes 29 organizations; of which 6 represent downscaling commercial banks, 18 non-bank credit organizations and 2 leasing company, one international foundation, one credit union.


The National Agency for Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (NADSME) was founded in 1993 by a common initiative of the EU and the government of the Slovak Republic. The agency supports development and growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Slovak Republic with the aim to improve the competitiveness of the sector within the single EU market and the markets of third countries.


PerMicro is a company specialized in microcredit. It was born in Torino but operates in the whole of Italy. It is the first and the only Italian microcredit company that professionally manages all the different phases in a micro company project: scouting, preliminary inquiry, risk assumption, follow up.
The company is designed to finance people who do not have an easy access to traditional bank credits.

Express Finance IFN S.A. (now VITAS IFN SA)

VITAS IFN SA is a leading regulated non-bank financial institution in Romania providing loans to micro- and small enterprises. VITAS IFN is a subsidiary of CHF International. VITASs mission is to lead the Romanian microfinance industry, sustaining and developing access to financial resources for entrepreneurs and the general population.


The bank was founded in 1991. SDM-Bank has been a participant of the Deposit Insurance System since 2004. The Bank has successfully developed three principal business lines: SME and Corporate Lending; Cash Management; Private Client Services.

Bank Vozrozhdenie

Vozrozhdenie is a bank for corporate clients and individuals. The bank provides financial services throughout the whole territory of Russia. The network consists of 142 sales offices and more than 800 ATMs. The bank serves over 1.6 million customers offering a wide range of services, such as deposits, money management, financing, lending, mortgages, banking cards.


Energomashbank today is a dynamically developing credit institution. Energomashbank positions itself on St. Petersburg, Pskov and Moscow financial markets as a universal bank providing services to small and medium-sized businesses, as well as to individuals. The Bank has been continuously expanding its territorial coverage.

Bank Association

Commercial Bank "Association" was established in November 1990.

The bank was launched on the initiative of enterprises and organizations – members of the Association of Industrials and Entrepreneurs of Nizhny Novgorod.

Creating an "industrial" bank allowed to effectively join the resources and funds of the Association members in order to protect them and to direct them to finance the Associations own programs.

Financial and Accounting Consultants

Financial and Accounting Consultants is one of the leading Russian audit and consulting groups, which is consistently among the industry leaders. The company was established in 1990. All these years, the company has not only served the new Russian market economy, but also shaped its values, rules, and norms. Audit, consulting, legal issues are three basic types of service provided by the company.

Front Design

Provides services developing:

• strategy/expertise

brand name & trademark/logo

corporate identity & brand book

Belarusian Republican Microfinance Center

The Microfinance Center is open for participation for all organizations of the Republic of Belarus involved in microfinance activities: credit unions, foundations, banks, leasing companies, as well as their management.

The mission of the Centre is to contribute to the development of a strong and self-supporting microfinance sector in the Republic of Belarus with the purpose to improve the access of small businesses and low-income population to financial resources, to create new jobs and improve the lives of people with low income.


The main shareholders of the Bank are Gazprom and Gazprombank from the Russian side and Beltransgaz and the Ministry for State Property and Privatization Management from the Belarusian side. The Bank has been holding a strong position in the national banking rating on such basic indicators as reliability, liquidity, and solvency. Today Belgazprombank has become a fundamental bank for private sector enterprises. The capital growth allowed implementation of the largest projects on a national scale.


Established as Golden Taler Bank on October 5th, 1994, the bank was renamed to Fransabank on November 13th, 2008 following the changes, which occurred in its shareholding structure. Currently 99,96% of its shares belong to Fransabank SAL and Fransa Holding SAL (Lebanon).
The bank provides the full range of banking services for corporate and retail customers focusing on both huge enterprises and SMEs.


MTBank is a modern commercial bank offering a full range of services to corporate and private clients. Customers are serve at the Head Office, six banking centers and 30 business outlets located in Minsk, Brest, Gomel, Grodno, Vitebsk, Mogilev and Maladzechna, Zhodino and Bobruisk.

Minsk Transit Bank was founded on March 14, 1994. In Belarus, it was the first bank with foreign capital.


BPS-Bank was founded in 1923 and is one of the oldest and largest banks in the Republic of Belarus.

In December 2009 the Government of the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Sberbank announced the signing of an agreement to purchase by the Russian Sberbank of 93.27% of shares of BPS-Bank and of the conclusion of an investment agreement on long-term development of BPS-Bank.

Bank VTB (Belarus)

Bank VTB (Belarus) consistently ranks among the ten largest banks of Belarus and is a universal bank operating in the market of the Republic since 1996. The banks belonging to an international financial group VTB (the controlling stake of 97.37% belongs to VTB Bank (Russia) allows Bank VTB (Belarus) to successfully face most challenging problems.

BTA Bank

BTA Bank is a subsidiary of one of the largest banks in the CIS - BTA Bank (Kazakhstan). BTA Belarus (formerly Astanaeximbank) has been successfully operating on the market for over 10 years and has regional offices in Minsk, Brest, Mogilev and Vitebsk.

Bank BelVEB

Bank BelVEB is a universal financial institution, which occupies a leading position among the commercial banks of the Republic of Belarus in the field of international payments, foreign exchange operations and supporting foreign economic operations s of the state and customers with many years of experience and proven reputation on domestic and foreign currency markets. Today Bank BelVEB is one of the largest banks in the country.


RRB-Bank was established in February 22, 1994 and is a private bank.

RRB-Bank is a modern bank with the European capital. The banks priority is to meet the needs of growing businesses and the economically active population in high quality banking services. Thus, the Bank contributes to the development of the Belarusian economy and the well-being of its customers.

Alfa-Bank (Belarus)

It is Belrosbank that had been TA Consults partner till it merged with Alfa-Bank (Belarus) on 14 June 2013.

Alfa-Bank (Belarus) is a member of Alfa Group Consortium. In terms of assets, loan portfolio, customers funds and regulatory capital the Bank is ranked among the first top ten largest banks in Belarus.

Belarusian Small Business Bank

Belarusian Bank for Small Business was created on August 28, 2008. The bank is the first bank in Belarus specializing on entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized businesses.

The main objective of the Bank is to support business development in Belarus by providing banking services to individual entrepreneurs, small and medium enterprises.


Priorbank was established on January 20, 1989 as Minsk Innovation Bank. Priorbank is the largest private universal bank in the Republic of Belarus providing a wide range of financial services to individuals and legal entities, as well as individual entrepreneurs: deposits, loans, bank cards, money transfers, guarantees, factoring, leasing, treasury and investment operations, cash and account services, etc.


Belagroprombank has been operating over 20 years as an independent financial institution. The Bank is an authorized bank of the Government of the Republic of Belarus to support state programs and has over 360 sales outlets throughout the country.


This Belarusian Bank serves more than eleven thousand customers of different forms of ownership. The banks main activities: lending to businesses and individuals, attracting deposits, securities transactions, account and cash services, leasing operations, issuing guarantees, securities depository services.


Belinvestbank was created in September 2001. Belinvestbank is the bank authorized by the Government to provide support to state programs and to accumulate investment resources of the state and serve the credit lines of foreign investors.

Belinvestbank is a universal bank providing services to both companies and individuals, implementing all the types of banking transactions and operations.



IPC is a consulting firm which focuses on analysing challenges in international development co-operation and developing strategies for addressing those issues.



Since 1970, DAI has worked in more than 150 countries—delivering results across the spectrum of development contexts, from stable societies and high-growth economies to challenging environments racked by political or military conflict.

Grontmij Carlbro


Grontmij Group a major actor on the European consultancy market with well over 9,000 employees. Grontmij clients can have access to almost 300 offices across the region and a further 50 offices globally.

Grontmij A/S is a socially responsible engineering consultancy company working towards the facilitation of sustainable development locally as globally.

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