The project's main objective is to support the growth of Finabank's loan portfolio in Suriname by strengthening its capital. The idea is to consolidate a financial institution in the Caribbean that can facilitate loan access for private companies in an environment where financial options are limited, especially for medium-and long-term needs.
Established in 1991, Finabank operates in several areas of the commercial and retail banking sector, offering a wide range of products and financial services. Finabank's main focus has been to stay actively involved in client needs and offer customized financial services and products in order to create long-lasting partnerships.
Implement IDB Invest's exclusion list
Ensure the inclusion of all activities on IDB Invest's exclusion list to the Finabank's exclusion list.
Updated exclusion list.
Prior to financial closure (sign credit agreement).
Strengthen existing policies
Together with an independent consultant, develop an Environmental and Social Management System (ESMS) that follows IFC's Performance Standard 1 guidelines. These should include: i) Environmental and social policy, ii) Internal organizational capacity, iii) Environmental and due diligence processes/procedures in identifying risks and impacts, iv) Portfolio monitoring and supervision, v) External communication procedure.
Environmental and Social Management System (ESMS). Proof of personnel training.
9 months after financial closure.
Capacity building and training
Together with an independent consultant, train personnel responsible for implementing the ESMS on ESA requirements of national laws and the implementation of IFC's performance standards (PS). Ensure that all new personnel receive the same training.
ESA training certificate for the personnel responsible for implementing the ESMS, as well as proof of ESA training for new personnel.
12 months after financial closure. And every time new personnel responsible for implementing the ESMS is incorporated.
Strengthen internal grievance procedure
Strengthen the current procedure by including the following aspects: i) record grievances, ii) assess the issues discussed and determine how to address them, iii) provide, document and monitor responses, iv) supplement the ESMS as required.
The grievance procedure must be disclosed to all employees, including indirect employees, in a clear and comprehensive manner.
Internal Grievance Mechanism. Evidence of internal socialization.
3 months after financial closure.
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Contact Name: Eblein Frangie
Title: Chief Executive Officer
Telephone:(597)472266 ext. 1300