Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jan 4, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Nov 26, 2019
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According to EIB website, the project ia s Multiple Beneficiary Intermediated Loan to the public regional promotional bank Saechsische Aufbaubank (SAB) in support of its promotional lending to finance smaller scale projects carried out by municipalities and other public sector entities including their subsidiaries - in order to support sustainable growth in the Free State of Saxony which is largely an EIB Cohesion Priority Region.
Saechsische Aufbaubank-Foerderbank provides financial services. The Bank allocates and distributes funding, as well as supplies products such as low-interest loans and loan guarantees, direct investment, grants, and financial consulting. Saechsische Aufbaubank serves clients in Germany.
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