Banyan Global, as a subcontractor to Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, managed the Summa Foundation as part of the USAID-funded Commercial Market Strategies Project. The Summa Foundation, a not-for-profit investment fund, provides financing and technical assistance to private health care providers in developing countries. Banyan Global oversaw a $4.6 million loan portfolio and was responsible for all aspects of portfolio and investment management. Loans ranged between $200,000 and $1 million. Small and medium-sized health care providers received direct loans, while micro-health providers received the funds through on-lending agreements with microfinance institutions. Banyan Global maintained a delinquency rate of less than 1 percent and was responsible for meeting the Summa Foundation’s financial, legal, and tax requirements.