1 out of every 11 adults in Bangladesh lack access to a bank account.

 

People living in poverty across the world are mostly excluded from the formal financial system. They have to depend on informal means to manage their day-to-day expenditures, save, and borrow which is risky, unreliable and expensive.

Our customised and diverse range of products support families to access financial services, manage and build assets, invest in small enterprises, access foreign employment opportunities and cope during emergencies. Complementing this, we build financial literacy and have instituted a range of client protection measures that distinguish us for our commitment towards client-centric service delivery.

IMPACT

 
 
  • The billion dollars in microloans that BRAC extends each year to poor people is just the beginning of the story of this remarkable organisation.
    George Soros
    Chairman of the Open Society Institute

WHAT WE OFFER

 
 
Customised products designed to meet the needs of our diverse group of clients
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Small enterprise loans

Microloan

Microloans

Migrant-household

Loans for migrant households

Agriculturworker

Agriculture loans

 
savings

Savings

Jobholder-loan

Jobholder loans

Emergency-finance

Emergency finance

safesave

SafeSave

 
 
Additional voluntary facilities to complement credit and savings
 

HOW WE DO IT

 
 
 

WHY IT WORKS

 
 
 

SMART CERTIFICATION

 
 


We are the first organisation in Bangladesh to be recognised with Smart Certification for upholding universal standards for client protection as determined by the Smart Campaign.

 

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