The proposed financing for Banco Compartamos, S.A., I.B.M. ("Banco Compartamos") amounts to the Mexican peso ("MX$") equivalent of a maximum of up to US$150 million (US$150,000,000), comprising: (i) a committed tranche (Tranche I) in Mexican pesos for a maximum of US$50 million, with a four-year term and a six-month grace period; (ii) an uncommitted tranche (Tranche II) in Mexican pesos for a maximum of up to US$50 million; and (iii) IDB Invest B Loan in Mexican pesos expected to be for a maximum of up to US$50 million, to be funded through the sale of participations to commercial lenders Tranches I, II and III to comprise what is hereinafter referred to as the "Financing".
The Financing resources will help Banco Compartamos grow its productive microfinance portfolio, with a focus on gender finance and sectors affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The project could be complemented with Advisory Services focused on increasing client adoption of the digital tools offered by Banco Compartamos.
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Name: Enrique Barrera Flores
Title: Balance Sheet and Investor Relations Management
Telephone: Tel. 52 (55) 5276-7379
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