San Francisco, California

HIP’s April Investor Roundtable:
Leaders in Microfinance

Access to a loan is difficult if you have no collateral, whether you’re in Africa, Central America or the Bronx. But hundreds of millions of citizens worldwide have improved their life by borrowing small sums to start a business, further their education or pay down debt.

Microfinance companies enables high-income lenders to make loans to low-income borrowers. The success of this field is overwhelming - inspiring millions to advance out of poverty and bringing significant returns to investors around the globe.

Muhammad Yunus won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for showing that “the poor are bankable.” You’ve heard about the field and its anti-poverty success - but how can you benefit as an investor, generating both Human Impact + Profit?

Date: Tuesday, April 8, 2008
Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm
Location: Downtown San Francisco
(near BART/Embarcadero; details when you RSVP)
RSVP: CLICK HERE by Tuesday March 31st and save $10 off the door price!
Join HIP on April 8th to hear leaders of microfinance companies that offer you as an investor the chance to make money and do good - by making small loans to borrowers seeking to improve their lives domestically and globally.

* Chris Larsen, Co-Founder and CEO of, serving everyday investors and borrowers in the USA.
* Tracey Pettengill Turner, Founder and CEO of (an eBay company), serving everyday investors and borrowers around the world.
* A microfinance fund for high-net-worth investors
* And a publicly-listed company with a microfinance business unit and profit center.
HIP Investor’s rapidly growing Investor Roundtable Series brings together visionary investors and entrepreneurs every month to meet each other, share investment strategies and goals - and learn about HIP opportunities that can deliver Human Impact + Profit for your portfolio.

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