The project consists of supporting Banco Bolivariano in strengthening its capital with a subordinated loan for a total amount of up to US$30 million, composed as follows: (i) Subordinated A Loan for an amount of up to US$10 million to be funded by IDB Invest; and (ii) Subordinated B Loan for an amount of up to US$20 million to be funded by B Lender(s). The loan term will be up to eight years with a grace period of five years. The funds from the loan will be used to finance small and medium-sized companies ("SMEs") and Banco Bolivariano's green portfolio.
Additionally, IDB Invest will provide an advisory service to strengthen Banco Bolivariano's sustainability strategy for the SME portfolio with a focus in the social segment, and it will analyze the feasibility of developing a digitization strategy for SMEs.
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