MFC Interviews 2011: Piotr Koryński of MFC on microfiance in Europe
In the following video interview from the MFC Annual Conference on May 19, 2011, Aldona Rutkowska from MFC asks Piotr Koryński (MFC) to discuss how microfinance is developing in Europe and the challenges ahead.
Bio: Piotr Koryński
Piotr Koryński is a microfinance and economic development specialist with significant field experience working in more than 20 countries. For over 10 years, Mr. Koryński led the efforts of Soros Economic Development Fund, a social investment vehicle of the Open Society Institute, to develop microfinance globally. He helped to initiate and operate 10 microfinance institutions as well industry infrastructure projects such as MIX and Microfinance Management Institute. He was also involved in microfinance policy programs to create appropriate legal and regulatory framework for access to financial services for low-income people in specific countries of Eastern Europe. Mr. Koryński is a graduate of the Ohio State University and the Kellogg School of Management.