Colombian fintech Finkargo, which supports MSMEs imports, obtained a US$75M credit facility

Finkargo, a startup founded a year ago in Bogota, dedicated to supporting operations and providing financing for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) to trade internationally, announced that it has obtained a US$75 million structured loan from Community Investment Management (CIM). Finkargo says that financing is one of the barriers that most affects the internationalization of these types of companies. MSMEs face a foreign trade credit rejection rate of over 50%.

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