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The Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation grants a loan of 3 million euros to Pahal in favor of financial inclusion in India

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India: With around 190 million adults without a bank account, India has the second largest unbanked population in the world after China (World Bank). The microfinance sector has become a key instrument in combating financial exclusion in the country by providing financial and non-financial services to people excluded …

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Cohen & Company and INSU Acquisition Corp. III announce

PHILADELPHIE, PA, December 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Cohen & Company Inc. (NYSE American: COHN) and INSU Acquisition Corp. III (NASDAQ: IIIIU) today announced that INSU Acquisition Corp. III (the “Company”), a blank check company sponsored by Cohen & Company and formed for the purpose of acquiring or merging with …

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Local economist speaks out on student loan forbearance

COLORADO SPRINGS – Student loan debt is a problem many Americans face, but the Education Department again extended the hiatus on federal student loan payments last week. Payments will resume in October 2021. News5 spoke to an expert at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs about why the federal government …

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Activists for HELB loans at Kenya School of Law

Students at the offices of the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) at Anniversary Towers, Nairobi. [Collins Kweyu, Standard] Students who are unable to increase the fees to complete lawyer training at the Kenya School of Law (KSL) will now obtain loans through the Higher Education Loans Board. However, it has …

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