The Project aims to finance small and medium-sized enterprises ("SMEs") in Chile. The proposed operation consists of a credit facility for approximately US$140 million. The loan will have a duration of up to five years, consisting of: (i) an A Loan of up to US$20 million that will be funded by IDB Invest; and (ii) a B Loan for approximately US$120 million to be funded by participating investors. The project will allow Tanner to improve the offer of its financial services to its clients, diversify its sources of financing and, at the same time, improve the structure of its assets and liabilities.
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