“Mitra Bisnis Keluarga” (MBK) is the Indonesian name for “Family Business Partners”. MBK is a microfinance institution (MFI) regulated by the Indonesian Financial Services Authority (FSA), and licensed as a non-bank finance company. MBK uses the Grameen Bank methodology to provide working capital to low-income women in primarily rural and semi-urban areas of Indonesia.

MBK’s objective is give low-income households access to formal and cost-effective financial services (financial inclusion), reduce their vulnerably, and improve their lives. Since launching its operations in 2003, MBK has now become one of the largest Grameen-style microfinance institutions in Indonesia. MBK’s goal is to contribute to the government’s Millennium Development Goals, particularly in fighting poverty and empowering women.

Total Clients

Total Clients with Financing

% Women

% Below Proverty Line

Employees

Field Offices

Outstanding Portfolio (US$ Million)

Average Outstanding Working Capital / Client (US$)

Working Capital as % GDP per Capita

31 October 2021

1,253,578

1,231,601

100%

75%

5,683

764

248.9

202

9%

Latest Ratings & Certificates

PEFINDO Credit Rating Agency (Oct, 2019) : BBB+/outlook stable

Social Performance (Planet Rating,2014) : 4-

Client Protection Certificate Renewal (Dec-2021): SMART Campaign


Awards

MIX Market Ranking (CGAP / World Bank)

2009 : #1 out of 1,600 MFIs in the world

2008 : #1 out of 1,300 MFIs in the world

2007 : #25 out of 1,100 MFIs in the world

Other

2008 : Grameen Foundation Excellence Award

2008 : Unitus Inc. Achievement Award

2007 : Ernst & Young Finalist, Social Entrepreneur Indonesia