Sources & Consequences of Microfinance: A Discussion with David Roodman and Microfinance Experts

February 29, 2012

Join the 2012 inaugural event highlighting David Roodman and his new book Due Diligence: An Impertinent Inquiry into Microfinance.  This book has been described as “..the most complete investigation ever into the sources and consequences of microfinance.”

Mr. Roodman and an extraordinary panel of prominent microfinance experts including our own CJ Juhasz (manager, Capital Markets Group) will present and discuss observations and conclusions of both negative and positive aspects of microfinance citing qualitative and quantitative data, and looking at development issues such as poverty, freedom, and industry building.

Visit for a brief summary of this book. 

Mr. Roodman will be joined by well-known microfinance experts who will help explore these topics in greater detail and tackle tough questions from the audience.

Expect a lively discussion!

The panelists and moderator for this event are:

      §David Roodman, Center for Global Development – Senior Fellow

§CJ Juhasz, Womens World Banking – Manager, Capital Markets Group

§Camilla Nestor, Grameen Foundation – Vice President of Microfinance

§Chuck Waterfield, MFTransparency – CEO

§Paul DiLeo (Moderator), Grassroots Capital, Founder and Managing Partner

Please see the link below for more information about this event: