The objective of the investment is to increase access to financing for Mexican medium sized firms that lack the necessary ability and capacity to tap traditional long-term sources of funding.To support this objective, the IDB Invest is proposing investing in Indigo 2 PD, a private debt fund that will provide debt financing to Mexican medium sized companies. IDB Invest will invest up to the lesser of MXN450 million or 20% of the Fund.
Additionally, IDB Invest will add strategic value to the Fund's team by participating on the Fund's shareholder committee, by promoting the use of the Women's Empowerment Tool at the Fund and portfolio levels, by providing trainings to the Fund Manager and portfolio companies on energy efficiency topics, and by having available up to three energy audits for potential portfolio companies.
The Fund will seek to provide debt products to up to 20 mid-sized companies operating in Mexico with tickets between MXN75 million to MXN250 million. The Fund will have a life of 10 years and an investment period of up to 4 years, extendable 2 additional years.
Asesores Indigo Deuda Privada, S.C. is a Mexican Fund manager that is targeting to raise MXN3,500 million for Indigo 2 PD. Indigo 2 PD is a private debt fund that will provide debt financing to Mexican companies with annual revenues between MXN100 million and MXN500 million
Project Contact: Oscar Sanchez
Senior Associate, Indigo
Telephone: +52-55 216-70797
Email Address: email@example.com
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