Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jun 9, 2018
Disclosed by Bank Apr 10, 2017
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The operation concerns an investment of up to USD 50m in GEEREF NeXt with a target size of USD 750m and a mandate to invest in emerging markets (non-Annex I Parties to the UNFCCC).
This operation will support investments contributing to climate action by avoiding or reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Bank will require that the funds to be financed ensure that all investments are compliant with EIB social and environmental standards and guidelines. The capacity of the fund manager to assess and monitor environmental and social impact and risks of the individual investments to the satisfaction of the Bank will be further assessed during appraisal.
Proposed EIB finance (Approximate amount)
USD 50 million (EUR 47 million)
Total cost (Approximate amount)
USD 750 million (EUR 709 million)
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