Financial Sustainability Rating (FSR) Announcement: IDER CV

Inclusion [Social Ratings] released a newly assigned Financial Sustainability Rating (FSR) on Instituto de Desarrollo Regional Cesar Vallejo (IDER CV), a Nongovernmental Development Organization based in Trujillo, Peru.

IDER CV’s social mission states that, “We are a consolidated, competitive and reliable institution that provides social and economic services to help improve the living conditions of the population, with priority in the rural – urban excluded and emerging areas of Peru.”

Inclusion [Social Ratings] assigned IDER CV an FSR rating grade of FSR3, following remote due diligence of the organization’s operations and interviews with staff. A FSR3 grade indicates that an organization’s infrastructure and processes are consistent with a good likelihood of operating in the best interests of its clients and beneficiaries, that this is among its high priorities and that it attempts to manage the risk of causing adverse effect to its beneficiaries and other stakeholders.

An FSR3 rating is consistent with an MFI that:

– adheres to good practice in most of the key FSR factors,
– demonstrates that it has adequate information systems, internal controls and procedures related to the information provided for the FSR,
– exhibits a decent trend of financial results and there are some risks to future earnings potential,
– maintains reasonable standards in terms of client and financial resource protection practices.

Inclusion [Social Ratings]’s FSR on IDER CV is based on Inclusion [Social Ratings]’s Financial Sustainability Rating Methodology. An FSR measures financial sustainability on a fifteen-point scale, in which FSR1+ is the highest grade and FSR5-, the lowest.

About Inclusion [Social Ratings]’s Financial Sustainability Ratings

The Inclusion [Social Ratings] FSR assesses the financial performance of an organization not only by looking at its past results, but also by reviewing the quality of its operational and financial structure and the processes it employs to assess the likelihood of such performance being sustained in the future. It also incorporates management interviews conducted in situ in the field and/or telephonically, and interviews with branch staff to assess the levels of financial performance that result from the activities of the organization.

A full Rating Report is also available for download from our website here.

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