José A. Quiñonez
|José A. Quiñonez|
|Notable work||Winning MacArthur Fellows Program|
José A. Quiñonez is an American financial-services innovator and winner of the MacArthur Fellows Program. He founded Mission Asset Fund in 2007 in order to legitimize informal peer-to-peer lending networks in order to help marginalized groups build credit.
- Doerer, Kristen (16 September 2016). "This innovative idea can 'unshackle' poor people from payday loans and bad credit scores". PBS. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
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