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Danish shipping foundation invests in financial inclusion of women in developing countries

The ownership foundation behind Danish shipping group Lauritzen has made its first investment into financial inclusion in developing countries. The investment totaling EUR 4.5 million is made through a microfinance fund established by the Nordic Microfinance Initiative.

Lauritzen Fonden has large holdings in shipping activities such as ferry company DFDS. | Photo: PR-FOTO

Lauritzen Fonden – the foundation behind Danish shipping group Lauritzen – makes a EUR 4.5 million investment in the Nordic Microfinance Initiative's latest fund.

NMI's fifth fund aims for triple bottom line 

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