Development Finance Corporation Receives Regional Award for Support of Women in Business

Development Finance Corporation Receives Regional Award for Support of Women in Business

The Development Finance Corporation (DFC) has received a regional award for its support of women in the business sector. The organization, known for its establishment of innovative loan products and creation of support of various businesses across the country whether small or large, announces today that its “Empowered Business Loans (EBL)” was named the winner of the ALIDE Award 2023. The award is for the recognition of best practices in the development of financial institutions, in the category “Support for Women Entrepreneurs” in recognition of its contribution to supporting women and young people to access financing and financial assistance, and, at the same time, with the provision of free evaluation of commercial and property projects. The award was presented to the Development Finance Corporation by ALIDE at the 53 ALIDE General Assembly Awards Ceremony in San Pedro Sula, Honduras yesterday. The Regional Award gives DFC recognition among other Development Finance Institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean. ALIDE, the Latin American Association of Development Finance Institutions, is the international organization that represents Latin American and Caribbean development banking since 1968.

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