Jasmina Glisovic

Jasmina Glisovic serves as a Country Manager with the Council of Europe Development Bank, focusing on social integration and job creation in Europe. She previously worked with the Donors and Investors and Clients teams in CGAP’s Paris office where she provided strategic advice on microfinance to donors and investors and served as CGAP’s lead on the work related to micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and savings agenda. Before joining CGAP, she worked as a credit manager for the Danish Refugee Council (Serbia) and for the Micro Development Fund. She has a master’s degree in economics and speaks Serbian (native), English, and French.

By Jasmina Glisovic


From Micro To Small: Do MFIs Have The Capacity To Serve Small Enterprises?

Many policymakers are focusing a lot of attention on small enterprises, in the hope that they could play an important role in creating much needed jobs. Also, many donors and investors view small enterprises as potential investees and engines of private sector growth.

Financing Small Enterprises

This Focus Note examines the experience and role of MFIs in serving small enterprises.

Microfinance Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa

This Brief looks at public and private foreign investment in SSA microfinance retailers, and the challenges that limit investment.

How Have Market Challenges Affected Microfinance Investment Funds?

This Brief covers the highlights of the CGAP 2011 market scan of microfinance investment vehicles.

Volume Growth and Valuation Contraction

This fourth annual Global Microfinance Equity Valuation Survey Report provides benchmarks for the valuation of microfinance equity, both private and publicly listed, to promote market transparency and identify industry trends.