Factors Affecting Loan Delinquency in Microfinance Institutions in Kenya

@inproceedings{Warue2013FactorsAL,
  title={Factors Affecting Loan Delinquency in Microfinance Institutions in Kenya},
  author={Beatrice Njeru Warue},
  year={2013}
}
  • Beatrice Njeru Warue
  • Published 2013
The main goal of every microfinance institution (MFI) is to operate profitably in order to maintain its stability and improve growth and sustainability. However, existence of high levels of loan delinquency problem in microfinance industry negatively affect the level of private investment and constrain the scope of microfinance institution credit to borrowers as MFIs have to compensate for loan delinquency losses. The success of individual MFIs in credit risk management is largely reflected in… CONTINUE READING

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