This investment consists of a participation of US$40 million by IFC in a revolving credit facility (the “Facility”) in favor of Mercon Coffee Group (“Mercon”). The facility aims at supporting Mercon’ activities across the coffee value chain from production and storage in countries of origin (Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Brazil, Vietnam) to transportation and commercialization in multiple destinations.
Mr. Leonardo Morales
Chief Financial Officer
+1 (786) 254 2300
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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