July 22. FINMARKET.RU – Microfinance organizations (MFIs) maintain a conservative issuance policy even for repeat clients. In June-July, new clients of MFOs could count on an average of 42% of the requested amounts, Kommersant writes, citing a study by IDF Eurasia. With repeated calls, the indicator increased to 56%, with the third – up to 73%. This is higher than in the same period last year (36%, 45% and 60%, respectively), but noticeably lower than in the pre-pandemic 2019. Already at the first contact, customers then could count on half of the requested amount. With the repeated appeal, it increased to 68%, with the third – up to 82%, the data in IDF Eurasia cite.