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We loan because...
Each of us has the ability to help address poverty in a meaningful way and collectively we can positively impact social change.

Deutsche Bank has partnered with Kiva to provide US employees the opportunity to make loans to entrepreneurs of their choice. This capital will help borrowers improve their own lives and create sustainable income to support their families and their communities.

With full participation from our franchise, employees have the potential to impact more than 500,000 people in the developing world.

About us
For more than 20 years, Deutsche Bank has been a leader and trusted partner in the field of social finance. Leveraging its core capabilities as a global financial services firm, the Bank has financed opportunities to serve the poor ranging from affordable housing and microfinance to clean energy and healthcare. This collective work represents more than USD 2.5 billion in capital deployed. Deutsche Bank’s Global Social Investments group has relationships with over 120 microfinance institutions (MFIs) in 50 countries around the world. The Bank is committed to complying with laws prohibiting discrimination in lending.

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Team Activity

  • Mercy
    Kenya
    Mercy received a loan from Rob Stewart to buy more products such as sugar and milk for her general store.
    Rob Stewart
  • Mirledis
    Colombia
    Mirledis received a loan from Stephan to buy merchandise, including colognes, deodorants, makeup, and personal care items for men and women.
    Stephan
  • Monica
    Kenya
    Monica received a loan from Stephan to buy farm inputs such as fertilizer and seeds to enable her to grow more corn, reap maximum profits, and support her children.
    Stephan
  • Alhj
    Nigeria
    Alhj received a loan from Dennis pay children's school fees.
    Dennis
  • Habibu
    Nigeria
    Habibu received a loan from Dennis to purchase additional farmland.
    Dennis
  • Peninah
    Kenya
    Peninah received a loan from Paul to purchase farming inputs, such as high-nutrient fertilizers and certified seeds, to improve her production.
    Paul
  • Leonola's Group
    Tanzania
    Leonola's Group received a loan from Paul to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer to improve harvests of maize.
    Paul
  • Joseph
    Ghana
    Joseph received a loan from Latashia to buy farm inputs for improved yields.
    Latashia
  • Emelia
    Ghana
    Emelia received a loan from Latashia to buy fresh fish and firewood for the production of roasted fish in order to meet customer demands.
    Latashia
  • Sarah
    Ghana
    Sarah received a loan from Stuart to buy more groceries such as crates of eggs, oil, rice, beans, soft drinks, etc. to sell.
    Stuart

Impact   Updated Hourly

5,931
Team Members
$464,600
Amount Funded
6,703
Loans
1.1
Loans per member

Rankings In Businesses - Internal Groups Category

#8 for New Users (All Time)
#10 for Amount Funded (All Time)