According to IFC website, this project entails a senior term loan of up to MXN 1,912 million (approximately US$101 million) to be extended to the irrevocable trust agreement number F/179122, which is publicly traded on the Mexican stock market under the symbol CS2CK. The Trust is a debt and equity investment fund managed by Banco Credit Suisse (Mexico), S.A. This project aims to promote greater market integration via demonstration and replication channels.
The most significant, expected project-level outcome is an increase in access to financial services for underserved mid-cap companies in Mexico. Beyond the Project, IFC anticipates that the investment will promote greater market integration via demonstration and replication channels.
Banco Credit Suisse (México), S.A., the Trust manager, has as shareholder Grupo Financiero Credit Suisse (Mexico), S.A. de C.V., of which Credit Suisse AG holds 99% of the corresponding shares, a leading global financial services company.
Project Contact: Manuel Ramos
Managing Director, Banco Credit Suisse (México), S.A.
Telephone No.: +52 55 52835448
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Address: Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico
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