After an international IPO so extraordinary return to the original investors pulling Banco Compartamos, Mexico’s leading microfinance institution, its future strategic and competing priorities: maintaining growth, the defense industry, leadership, maintaining social mission and the expectations of a demanding capital market. In addition, Compartamos’ co-CEOs must decide how strongly polarized reactions in the microfinance industry, its IPO set. In the process, the case e … Read more »

After an international IPO so extraordinary return to the original investors pulling Banco Compartamos, Mexico’s leading microfinance institution, its future strategic and competing priorities: maintaining growth, the defense industry, leadership, maintaining social mission and the expectations of a demanding capital market. In addition, Compartamos’ co-CEOs must decide how strongly polarized reactions in the microfinance industry, its IPO set. In the process, the case examines the history of Compartamos, from its origin NGO’s license as a full-service bank, the competitive position describes the context of low-income sector financing in Mexico, and an overview of the decisions that the IPO in the Mexican Stock Exchange.
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Michael Chu,
Regina Garcia Cuellar
Source: HBS Premier Case Collection
34 pages.
Release Date: 28, January 2008. Prod #: 308094-PDF-ENG
Banco Compartamos: Life after the IPO HBR case solution