Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS May 15, 2020
Disclosed by Bank May 5, 2020
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IFC seeks to work with as many PFIs and OEMs as possible that will meet IFC’s due diligence and investment criteria, and are interested to participate in the Program with its defined terms and conditions. Any local financial institutions operating in one or several of the Countries and any OEMs with presence either directly or through a duly authorized distributor in one or several of the Countries are encouraged to contact IFC to explore partnership under the Program. IFC is also actively organizing outreaching activities to contact many potential market participants to explain the Program’s terms and conditions.
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