MSC Consulting

MicroSave Consulting (MSC) is a global consulting firm that enables social, financial, and economic inclusion for everyone.

MicroSave Consulting (MSC) is a global consulting firm that enables social, financial, and economic inclusion for everyone. We have been at the center of the digital finance revolution since its early days. Our mission is to strengthen the capacity of institutions to deliver market-led, scalable financial services to all people through guiding policy & facilitating partnerships to develop enabling eco-systems; comprehensive, customised strategic advice; and actionable, on-site operational assistance.

Posts by MSC Consulting

Equity Bank Employees’ Market led Success-Equity Bank Kenya

The video depicts the journey of Equity Bank Kenya from a Society to a commercial Bank. The Equity Bank business model has attracted both local and international recognition. Equity has also become a hub of other institutions worldwide keen on learning and exchanging insights on the Equity model of extending financial services to the low […]

Costs and benefits of process mapping – Based on the case study of MI-BOSPO (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

This paper examines the ability of MFIs to increase their efficiencies within Product Policies using Process Mapping in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Virtual conference on electronic banking for the poor

In February 2004 MicroSave hosted a Virtual Conference on Electronic Banking for the Poor. This paper summarises the discussion which brought together 500 participants and generated 400 postings.

Principles for Designing Staff Incentive Schemes

This article attempts to summarise the process of designing incentive schemes for staff members of microfinance institutions (MFIs).

Dropouts in Northern Province, South Africa

The paper examines why two MFIs in north eastern South Africa suffer such remarkably high levels of drop-out amongst their clients.

Informal Sector Finance Systems: What The Microfinance Industry Can Learn From Them

Draws lessons from the informal sector financial systems in East Africa, West Africa, South Africa and India and their implications for microfinance institutions.

HIV/AIDS -Responding To A Silent Economic Crisis Among Microfinance Clients In Kenya and Uganda

The paper examines how households respond to and manage the crisis that HIV/AIDS brings and how MFIs might assist them to do so.

Client Exits (Drop-outs) Amongst Tanzanian Microfinance Institutions

The paper examines why the MFIs in Tanzania suffer such remarkably high levels of drop-out amongst their clients.