The proposed Financing consists of a senior unsecured loan of up to US$30 million to LAAD to support the liquidity needs of small and medium enterprises ("SMEs") in the agribusiness sector in Latin America and the Caribbean ("LAC") region, that have been impacted by COVID-19. The financing will consist of two tranches, as follows: (i) a committed tranche I of up to US$20 million ("Tranche I"), and (ii) an uncommitted tranche II of up US$10 million (''Tranche II'), both tranches to be funded by IDB Invest (the "Loan"). The tenor of the Financing is up to 5 years with 12-month grace period.
Probably, it's a credit line loan.
Client Contact name: Luis Mendoza
Title: Finance and Treasury Officer
Phone number: +1 (305) 443-9331
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