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  • 20 years of Investing in Development


    Norfund was established in 1997. Since then Norfund has contributed to building sustainable businesses in poor countries and thereby promoted growth and poverty reduction.

  • Paradoksenes tidsalder (Article by Roland 17.10.16, in Norwegian)

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    Paradoksenes tidsalder er en verden med overlikvide markeder og renter nær null her hjemme, og høye renter, desperat mangel på kapital, og muligheter til lønnsomme investeringer i fattige land, en verden hvor politisk risiko før var knyttet til investeringer i fattige land, men i dag i økende grad oppleves i Vesten.

  • Arise

    Arise is an company established by Norfund, FMO and Rabobank together for supporting growth in Africa through investments in African financial institutions.

  • Successful Hattha Kaksekar sold to Thai-based bank

    In January 2016 Norfund signed an agreement together with other shareholders to sell all shares of Cambodia’s fourth-largest microfinance institution, Hattha Kaksekar Limited (HKL), to the top tier bank in Thailand with a clear leadership position in consumer banking Bank of Ayudhya. This purchase might be the biggest deal in Cambodia’s financial sector history.

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