Last year, the Bank in Tanzania signed a one year sponsorship deal contract worth of over TZS 5 Million with Dar City Football Club (Dar City FC), champions of the 2016/2017 Second League Division in Tanzania. The sponsorship was mainly to enable Dar City FC to compete in the forthcoming league fixtures smoothly but also to enhance the Bank’s brand image penetration.
Benki ya FINCA Microfinance ilianza kama taasisi ndogo ya kifedha hapa nchini ambayo ilikuwa ikijulikana kwa jina la FINCA Tanzania MFC Limited maarufu kama FINCA.
FINCA International Launches Socially-Responsible Investment Subsidiary – FINCA Microfinance Holdings, LLC – with IFC and Other Global Microfinance Investment Partners (KfW, FMO, responsAbility, and Triple Jump)
Early June FINCA Microfinance Bank launches it’s new distribution channels “FINCA Mobile and FINCA Express” in Twende Kidigitali campaign as a call to action to their current and prospective clients to embrace a new ways of banking which is more convenient, ease to use, secure, reliable and accessible from anywhere at any time.
After 17 years of operation as microfinance institution in the country, we’ve accomplished yet another milestone which opens a whole new chapter of our operations as FINCA Microfinance Bank.
FINCA Microfinance Bank has teamed up with Airtel to provide mobile money transfer services to their customers.
In the spirit of remembering the less fortunate during the month of Ramadhan, staff from the Tegeta branch paid a visit to the Kiwohede Bunju orphanage center. Besides sharing iftar with the children at the center they also took to them food and household supplies.
On Friday July 25th 2014, the Morogoro branch prepared iftar for their clients and staff. It is truly an honor when clients and those in our communities join us at these events, demonstrating the level of trust and oneness they have with us.
A partnership between FINCA and The MasterCard Foundation makes it possible for as many as a half-million marginalized people living in remote areas to create their own safety nets, and save for a better future. Announced in Dar es Salaam, the $12.7 million grant supports efforts to massively scale-up operations through the use of technology, with the potential to reach as many as a half million people in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia.