The bank affirms that the proposed investment (the "Project") consists of a debt facility for up to US$50 million to expand Banco Itau Argentina S.A. ("Itau Argentina" or the "Bank") small and medium enterprises ("SMEs") lending program (up to US$15 million, with a 5-year tenor), and its sustainable energy finance (“SEF”) portfolio (up to US$35 million, with a 7-year tenor) in Argentina (the “Country”).
Itau Argentina, a fully-owned subsidiary of Itau Unibanco Holding, started its operations in 1979 and currently is a medium-size bank, holding a 1.4% market share, offering a wide range of products and services to individuals, SMEs, and large corporations.
For inquiries abotut this project, contact:
Banco Itau Argentina S.A.
Head International Finance Institutions
54 11 52733513
Tucuman 1, CABA, Argentina
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