According to the bank website:
Intermediated facility with the Central Bank of the Republic of Armenia ("CBA") to support the economic recovery and resilience of the country by enhancing the access to financing for micro, small, medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and mid-caps.
The Bank will require the intermediary institution to take all the requisite measures to ensure that the procedures, including procurement procedures carried out by the final beneficiaries for the sub-projects receiving Bank financing, will comply with national legislation and the ElB's Environmental and Social Standards as well as international treaties and conventions signed and ratified by or otherwise applicable and binding in the country.
The operation aims to contribute to the economic recovery and resilience of Armenia by enhancing the access to financing for MSMEs and mid-caps. The facility would support the investment and/or working capital needs of the final beneficiaries with a specific focus on companies operating in areas outside the capital city of Yerevan, female entrepreneurs and green projects.
Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
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