Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jul 5, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Mar 8, 2019
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According to EIB website, the project consists of a dedicated facility for lease financing schemes in favour of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and mid-caps throughout Italy. A minimum of 70% of the loan amount will be dedicated to SMEs while up to 30% will be in favour of mid-caps. It aims to improve competitiveness and access to finance at favourable conditions for SMEs and mid-caps in Italy.
SelmaBipiemme Leasing S.p.A. offers finance leasing services. The company was formerly known as S.E.L.M.A. The company was incorporated in 1970 and is based in Milan, Italy. SelmaBipiemme Leasing S.p.A. operates as a subsidiary of Mediobanca Banca di Credito Finanziario S.p.A.
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