This project will help BDMG structure a sustainable financing to increase its lending portfolio in companies that contribute to at least one SDG goal in the Minas Gerais State region. BDMG has done a technical cooperation with IDB and has identified 11 project categories eligible to receive BDMG's Sustainability Bond's resources. The transaction will consist in a sustainable bond for an amount of up to US$50 million with a five-year term. Framework and the second opinion for this bond have already been issued and approved with the support of IDB.
Application of sub-project dollar cap
BDMG will limit the size of projects financed to a total project cost size no greater than US$5million
Annual reporting of sub-projects greater than $500K
Life of the contract
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|Banco de Desenvolvimento de Minas Gerais SA
Contact Name: Leonardo Leao
Telephone number: +55 31 3219 8551
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ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF IDB / IDB INVEST
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