The financing facility involves a USD-denominated unsecured subordinated loan for Banco Agromercantil Guatemala, S.A. (BAM or the Bank), of US$70 million, with a 10-year tenor including five years of grace. This financing transaction will be funded as follows: (i) US$50 million by IDB Invest; and (ii) US$20 million by the IDB. It is aimed at supporting Banco Agromercantil Guatemala, S.A. in its efforts to develop its green projects and the SME sector. It will also include advisory services, focused on expanding and diversifying the business line and designing new green products for sustainable construction and mobility.
The IADB is financing USD 20 million
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