According to IADB website, the objective of this transaction is to increase access to financing for small and medium enterprises and female retail clients in Panama, by creating and implementing a holistic value proposition which will support the growth of Global Bank's women and SME portfolios. To do this, IDB Invest is proposing a Senior Unsecured Loan of approximately US$ 160 million to Global Bank Corporation comprised by:
(i) A Loan of up to US$60 million to be funded by IDB Invest; and
(ii) IDB Invest B Loan expected to be of approximately US$100 million, to be funded through the sale of participations to commercial lenders.
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Global Bank Corporation provides commercial and consumer banking services in the Republic of Panama and internationally. It operates through Banking and Financial Activities, Insurance, and Pension and Severance Funds segments.
Project Contact: Carlos Mouynes
CFO, Global Bank Corporation
Phone number: (+507) 206-6613
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