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Debt as an Instrument for Growth in Impact Investment

Impact Investment has developed rapidly over the past decade, representing the confluence of development goals with financial sustainability and discipline. At the heart of the sector are Impact Enterprises (IEs), and it is in response to their requirements for capital to grow that the rapid evolution of the sector has been necessitated. As the early IEs have scaled, a common theme that consistently emerges is the need to leverage equity by accessing debt at the appropriate time.

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Debt-Based Crowdfunding: From Micro Enterprise to Small/Medium Enterprise

Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) represent approximately 96% of all enterprises within Southeast Asia, contribute 30% to 50% of GDP and employ between 50% to 85% of each country’s population in ASEAN. A large number of SME models inherently create demonstrable social and environmental impact beyond livelihood creation, in sectors such as agriculture, clean energy, education, healthcare, water and sanitation, among others.

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Debt-Based Crowdfunding: From Micro Enterprise to Small/Medium Enterprise

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Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) represent approximately 96% of all enterprises within Southeast Asia, contribute 30% to 50% of GDP and employ between 50% to 85% of each country’s population in ASEAN. A large number of SME models inherently create demonstrable social and environmental impact beyond livelihood creation, in sectors such as agriculture, clean energy, education, healthcare, water and sanitation, among others.

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