Who We AreSummer Green is a cooperative society specialized in micro-lending and investment, with its head office located on the 2nd Floor, Suite C 12 Cherub Mall, Lekki- Epe Expressway, Lekki. Lagos State, Nigeria.
Compassionate lending is better than charity to end poverty. We see lending as an anti-poverty tool.
We extend credit at affordable interest rates in small loans usually with no collateral, to non-traditional borrowers, such as the poor and MSME’s. We believe that these distinct groups lacked neither the ambition nor skill, but simply resources.
We are committed to the development of the most innovative products to serve the underserved, which we believe is central to unlocking growth and opportunities.
Our Mission is to tailor a suite of personal and business financial solutions at competitive rates to help our people take control of their needs, stay on top of challenges and grab opportunities.
Listen. Collaborate. SolveOur Customers say that Summer Green listens, we ask about your needs, the ways you like to do things, not because we want to sell a product.
But because in order to solve a problem we must first understand your financial needs and sometimes life needs, work hand-in-hand with you and then go the extra mile to bring you the outstanding personalized service you deserve, including the latest in convenient technological financial solutions.
At Summer Green, it’s our promise to you – Listen. Collaborate. Solve.
Give a man fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.
– Anne Isabella Thackeray.
So whether you’re a civil servant, paid worker or business owner who aspires to comfortably access easy loans or an investor who wants your money to go further, we are here for you. You’re the reason why Summer Green Microfinance exists.
Our Core Goals
- To address the concerns of poverty alleviation by enabling the poor to work their way out of poverty.
- To provide credit to the section of the society that is unable to obtain credit at reasonable rates from traditional sources.
- To enable the economic empowerment of women.
- To be a viable financial institution developing sustainable communities.
- To learn, evaluate and advise people on how to move out of poverty faster.