valuable clients of the financial institutions who choose to specialize in microenterprise servicing. This article describes the variety of ways in which banks and NGOs are attempting to provide sustainable financial services as well as business support to the microenterprise sector in Latin
America. It also examines how regional banks, such as the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) can support and encourage new initiatives by banks and NGOs, as well as reforms to the banking regulations, which will ultimately benefit the development of microenterprises.
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