Microfinance regulation according to Yunus

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Muhammad_yunus_2 The Nobel Peace Prize laureate and the father of Grameen Bank, Mohammad Yunus, on microlending regulation:

The existing regulations are designed with commercial banking in mind, but microfinance requires a dedicated regulator and a relevant set of rules. Commercial banking is like a super tanker whereas microfinance is like a dinghy boat with which you can reach small corners. If you design a dinghy boat with the architecture of a supertanker, it is sure to fail

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