Grameen Bank


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Grameen Bank:

see Yunus, MuhammadYunus, Muhammad,
1940–, Bangladeshi economist and banker, b. Chittagong (then in British India), grad. Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, Tenn. (Ph.D. 1971). Yunus, who taught economics in the United States after receiving his doctorate, returned to his homeland when it won its
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Fueled by the belief that credit is a fundamental human right, Professor Yunus established the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh in 1983.
With one of the highest loan return rates in the world, Akhuwat continues to transform lives one loan at a time.' Muhammad Yunus pioneered the concept of microfinancing and was the founder of the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh.
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Bangladesh-based microfinance lender, Grameen Bank, is not planning to launch an operation in India.
The founder of the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, Yunus and Grameen were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006.
Grameen Bank has signed a memorandum of understanding to use SureCash mobile payment platform for its operation, allowing Grameen Bank members access to SureCash mobile banking to receive loans, make installment payments and do savings using their own phones, the company said.
Dhaka, Bangladesh, May 01, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Grameen Bank has signed a memorandum of understanding to use SureCash mobile payment platform for its operation.
KUWAIT, March 8 (KUNA) -- Women are the family's economic backbone, said Nobel Laureate and founder of Grameen Bank Dr.
Dubai: The banking industry, both conventional and Islamic, should come forward to shoulder the responsibility of addressing the financing needs of the poor and the unbanked segments of population, said Nobel laureate Professor Mohammad Younus, founder of Grameen Bank in Bangladesh.
Professor Mohammad Yunus established the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh in 1983, with the belief that credit is a fundamental human right.
Summary: Muhammad Yunus, the founder of Grameen Bank, is dismissive about some recent innovations in