According to FMO website, FMO is investing in Runner Automobiles Ltd in Bangladesh. The project will enable the company to continue to grow by setting up a new painting facility, warehouse and R&D unit. Part of the investment proceeds will be used to reduce the existing debt. The bank will work with Runner to improve its environmental and social impact and its corporate governance structure.
Runner is the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Bangladesh with a large distribution network of dealers and showrooms. Runner also imports and sells trucks and tractors.
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