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Torsten Becker

Senior Portfolio Manager

Torsten Becker, Senior Portfolio Manager at FS Impact Finance

Torsten joined FS Impact Finance in February 2017. As Senior Portfolio Manager he has been contributing significantly to the growth and development of the GLS Microfinance Fund. Since 2019 he has been increasingly involved in the development of new products in different SDG-related areas.

Torsten’s background is in development economics and renewable energy finance. Before joining FS Impact Finance, he was a Senior Project Manager at the Frankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance, supporting financial institutions with their strategic transition towards “green finance”, and advising different types of investors on the feasibility and financial structuring of off-grid and energy access projects.

He was a lecturer for renewable energy project finance and a presenter and panellist at international workshops and conferences. Torsten has a Diploma in Economics from the University of Giessen and is a Certified Professional for Renewable Energy Finance (CPREF) of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.

Torsten spends his spare time reading smart books, following his favourite football club (Eintracht Frankfurt) and spending time with his family – in reverse order.

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2020 TA programme: Pesticides management trainings in Ecuador and Nicaragua

Since 2018 FS Impact Finance – in partnership with the GLS Microfinance Fund – has…

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An international coalition to protect microfinance institutions and their clients in the COVID-19 crisis

At the initiative of Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation, a group of microfinance lenders and key players in inclusive finance worked on a set of principles to better support the microfinance sector in the health and economic crisis caused by the Covid-19. Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation, ADA, Alterfin, Cerise, CIDR Pamig
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