INMA Finance has provided private debt facilities of US$2.4-million to Enda Tamweel, a micro-finance company based in Tunisia. Enda Tamweel has been in the micro-financing sector for over 30 years and has the largest network of agencies that it has partnered with to reach several micro businesses in Tunisia. The private debt facilities reflect the ability of the micro-finance company to on-lend while providing value to its end-users.
INMA Finance is part of INMA Holding, which is a private equity investment vehicle dedicated to investing in Tunisian small-to-medium enterprises through various financial instruments in order to accompany their development and assist them in strengthening their balance sheets when and if required. INMA Holding is an initiative promoted by the financial advisory firm Mediterranean Corporate Finance (MCF) with the support of leading financial institutions like Banque Internationale Arabe de Tunisie (BIAT), Tunisian American Enterprise Fund (TAEF) and Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations. The firm has invested in companies such as Groupe Institution Laghmani, Les Écoles Idéales (education sector) and Gourmandise (food sector).