28/06/2019 | Blog
#This is my story

My name is Rosa Leticia Ramirez and I am a micro entrepreneur from Tegucigalpa, Honduras. I own a small kiosk, where I sell chewing gum and sweets. I have been a Banco Popular customer for more than f

26/06/2019 | Events
Social Finance Academy and University of Zurich IIBF executive program

Speaker: Maria Teresa Zappia, Chief Investment Officer

26/06/2019 | Media Coverage
BlueOrchard Impact Bond Fund exceeds $300m mark

The BlueOrchard Emerging Markets SDG Impact Bond Fund has exceeded the $300m mark since start of fundraising in December 2018.

25/06/2019 | Videos
BlueOrchard Market Update: Emerging Markets Impact Investing Q2 2019

BlueOrchard’s Head of Investment Solutions, Philipp Müller, and our Senior Investment Officer from Nairobi, Njeri Kirumbi, share their view on key developments and trends in emerging markets.

25/06/2019 | Blog
Sustainable Infrastructure – Questions to Gianfranco Saladino

Climate change is one of the major issues of our time as it threatens the future of our planet. To mitigate the negative effects of climate change and foster sustainable development around the wor

20/06/2019 | Blog
#BOFaces – Meet Ebony

Have you ever wondered who are the people behind BlueOrchard? As part of our #BOFaces series, we are happy to introduce Ebony Satti, our Head of Investor Relations, who joined BlueOrchard over five

19/06/2019 | News Releases
BlueOrchard Impact Bond Fund exceeds USD 300 million mark

Zurich, 19 June 2019 – Since start of fundraising in December 2018, the BlueOrchard Emerging Markets SDG Impact Bond Fund (the “fund”) has seen strong growth and exceeded the USD 300 million ma

18/06/2019 | Media Coverage
Peter Fanconi: «Sinkende Armutsraten sind oftmals Augenwischerei»

Wird BlueOrchard von interessierten Investoren derzeit überschwemmt?

18/06/2019 | Media Coverage
Spreading the value of insurance

A new initiative that could help these farmers develop into commercial entities, with the help of insurance at their backs.

16/06/2019 | Media Coverage
Die Vergabe von Mikrokrediten ist ein gutes Geschäft geworden

Tiefstzinsen machen Kredite an Unternehmer in armen Ländern attraktiv.Aber wie gut ist die soziale Rendite? Ein Augenschein in Georgien