About Us

Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized enterprises (MSMEs) in the developing world generate 45% of employment and 33% of the GDP. In fact, every dollar invested in an MSME generates approximately US$ 15 in benefits to the local economy in the form of new jobs, training, and increased consumption and savings. Yet of the estimated 445 million informal and formal Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in the developing world, 85% do not have adequate access to capital. Today, this represents a total unmet funding need of US$ 2.1 trillion to US$ 2.5 trillion. Financing provided by governments and multilateral agencies will not reach the scale needed to meet this demand.

Global Impact Capital helps bridge this gap. We mobilize the global capital markets to help entrepreneurs achieve their growth objectives, increasing their ability for deep social and economic impact in their communities. We arrange innovative and customized financing solutions, guiding our clients through the entire capital raising process. We also provide strategic, operations, and financial advisory services, identifying and resolving any issue that may be hindering growth or depressing the value of their business.

Global Impact Capital also assists social, institutional, and philanthropic investors identify high-impact investments and build mission-driven portfolios. By tapping into the economic potential of entrepreneurs in the developing world, investors can make a meaningful social, environmental and development impact, while earning an adequate financial return.

Our Advantage

We have extensive corporate finance, commercial banking, and advisory experience, supported by years working at the leading global financial institutions and alternative investment funds. We also have deep knowledge of the Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise (MSME) sector in emerging markets, with a successful track record of investments in Latin America, Africa and Asia.

We have a close and wide network of relationships including global, regional and local capital providers, industry leaders, government and regulatory officials, subject matter experts, and influencers. We leverage these relationships, their contacts and resources for the benefit of our clients.

We are an independent firm, free of the conflicts of interest commonly faced by large financial conglomerates. We leverage this independence to provide unbiased advice and personalized senior-level attention from the initial meeting to the successful conclusion of an engagement. Our sole focus is to achieve the best outcome for each client.

At Global Impact Capital, clients are relationships, not transactions. Our objective is to become the trusted advisor of our clients and establish a long-term partnership, supporting every stage of their growth.

Our experience and expertise in the sector and markets where we work, our global network of relationships and our independence enable us to effectively contribute to the achievement of our clients' vision.

Giving Back: The 5/5/5 Model

At Global Impact Capital, we believe that investing in MSMEs can help millions improve their standard of living. We therefore donate 5% of our resources to support initiatives that promote the growth and success of entrepreneurs in the developing world.


We donate our services to start-up businesses in the developing world that cannot afford them. We focus on entrepreneurs that are building companies that make the world a better place. We offer them our full range of Financing and Advisory Services on a pro-bono basis until they reach profitability.


Our employees have 13 days of paid leave per year to volunteer to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that develop, provide, and improve access to Health, Education and Housing in the countries where we work.


We donate 5% of our annual profits to a select group of NGOs that provide Health, Education and Housing in the countries where we work.

We focus on Health, Education, and Housing in the countries where we work for a number of reasons. First, we want to contribute to the increase in the number of people whose basic needs are met and can then consider becoming entrepreneurs as a way of earning a good living and pursuing their passion. Then, we want these entrepreneurs to have the training, skills and knowledge needed to succeed in their venture. Finally, unforeseen events such as an illness in the family or a natural catastrophe tend to have a disproportionate negative effect on entrepreneurs in the developing world. By improving access and affordability to Health, Education and Housing, we hope more entrepreneurs will be able to better endure emergencies and thrive as business owners.

We welcome the opportunity to engage our clients in the discussion. Please ask us about the NGOs that we support and how the 5/5/5 model is working for us.

See Engagements for examples of projects recently completed.