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Monday April 8, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM BST
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Reed Smith 
The Broadgate Tower
20 Primrose Street
London EC2A 2RS
United Kingdom

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Dr Phyllis SantaMaria 
Microfinance without Borders 
+44 771 500 4303 
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Find out how your skills can help the world's poor

Microfinance In Action: FREE EVENT 

Professionals, just like you, are helping East Africa’s poorest rise from poverty through grassroots financial education and services.

DISCOVER how our team of professionals are answering the top challenges of Five Talents, a leading UK-African microfinance provider.  

They will present their solutions to a panel of experts that would make Sir Sugar look sweet:

  • Moving Money safely in Tanzania’s remote and tough places
  • Sustainable funding through innovation and technology 

JOIN US as our teams integrate their professional skills with their new Microfinance in Action toolkit. 

REGISTER NOW to explore how you too could use your skills to make a difference.

This free event is the final session of a 7-week course, Microfinance in Action.  Participants in the course will present their finding and solutions to Five Talents, a panel of experts and an open public audience.  The evening is hosted by course co-leaders  Dr Phyllis SantaMaria, Founder Director of Microfinance without Borders and a recognised authority in microfinance who was the UK Coordinator for 2005 UN Year of Microcredit; and Gabriel Flores, Development Director of Microfinance without Borders and a People and Team Development Expert with 10 years' senior experience at Accenture

Microfinance without Borders would like to thank Reed Smith, the leading international law firm, who are hosting both the Microfinance in Action Course in their City offices as part of their long-standing commitment to international development through microfinance and social impact investment. 


Microfinance without Borders & Reed Smith

Who benefits from Microfinance without Borders seminars and courses? 

Our participants are professionals from the financial services, legal, business, academic, social enterprise and not-for-profit sectors.  Undergraduate and post-graduate students also get involved, knowing they too can develop careers alongside professionals in the fast-growing field of microfinance and international development.