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Last updated: 05/08/2019
Capital Plus Exchange
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Capital Plus Exchange
8001, North Lincoln Avenue, suite 201,
Skokie
Illinois
United States
3125401580 (Phone)
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  2003
  CapPlus equips financial institutions in emerging economies to expand and deliver finance profitably for social impact. We strengthen markets through a range of strategic and operational capacity building services to financial institutions in key areas, focused on long term growth and profitability. We are an international 501(c)(3) nonprofit originally founded by the USA’s first community development bank, ShoreBank. Today we work with financial institutions, investees of impact investment partners like the ShoreCap funds, and industry stakeholders worldwide. We have a track record of innovating and mainstreaming development finance solutions. We launched the first membership network for financial institutions dedicated to financing SMEs in emerging economies. We tested and scaled this concept to over 60 institutional members, then merged it into the G-20’s SME Finance Forum, managed by IFC. Now we’re also focused on education. Our Education Markets Impact Initiative (EMII) uses finance as a tool to drive improved outcomes for millions of children. Grounded in country-specific research and our expertise in development finance, this new initiative unlocks the education finance market while increasing education access and quality.
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  Côte D'Ivoire, Ghana, India, Kenya, Nigeria
  Financial sustainability, educational outcomes, educational incentives, and all learning.