CEO and founder Atsumasa Tochiasako (52) was sitting in his headquarters Washington DC looking with pride on a copy of a press release that would make the latest to announce in a broadening line of financial services that had Washington DC-based Microfinance International Corporation (MFIC) providing two years for a growing number of “unbanked” Hispanic nationals in the United States and their home countries.

CEO and founder Atsumasa Tochiasako (52) was sitting in his headquarters Washington DC looking with pride on a copy of a press release that would make the latest to announce in a broadening line of financial services that had Washington DC-based Microfinance International Corporation (MFIC) providing two years for a growing number of “unbanked” Hispanic nationals in the United States and their home countries.
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Daniel J. Isenberg
Source: Harvard Business School
18 pages.
Release Date: 2 January 2008. Prod #: 808104-PDF-ENG
Microfinance International Corporation: No, Not Another Microfinance case HBR case solution

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