Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Feb 15, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Feb 9, 2023
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The EIB loan to Illimity will finance green transition projects of Italian small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in eligible sectors.
The aim is to finance the working capital and investment needs of eligible SMEs in Italy. At least 30% of the loan will be allocated to SMEs located in the Southern Italian Regions and 20% of the facility to climate action and environmental sustainability projects.
Illimity Bank SpA is a digital bank founded and led by Corrado Passera, offering services to retail and corporate customers. It also manages alternative investment funds.
Illimity Bank SpA entered the Italian Stock Exhange on the 5th of March 2019.
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Borrower - Illimity Bank SpA:
Address: Via Soperga 9 – 20124 Milano
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