“More than 394,000 people have accessed our microfinance products so far through a partnership with Good Shepherd Microfinance, but my aim is to reach one million people by 2018,” says Proske.
She is also leading NAB’s impact investment business, an emerging field of investment activities that aims to generate a measurable and beneficial social or environmental impact along with a financial return. The Australian market for impact investment is estimated to reach A$32 billion by 2022, so it makes economic sense for the bank to be involved.
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Source: In The Black