FSF seeks to close the gap between organizations that want to promote microfinance in their efforts to influence in the economic and social strengthening of developing countries and those who can develop this activity, namely microfinance institutions.
1.To analyze and select viable and emerging MFIs with the assistance of students from IE Business School (http://www.ie.edu/) , and to advise and facilitate access to funding sources. Lack of funding sources is currently the main constraint to the granting of credits by MFIs.
2.Serve as a platform for new ideas to help identify, develop and expand projects related to micro productivity activities.
3.Promote ethical and social commitment within business organizations as the best way to contribute to the creation of wealth in society.