This IFC project with GTLP Bank of America (the “Project”) is a proposed risk sharing facility whereby Bank of America N.A. and IFC would share the risk, on an up to 50:50 basis, in a portfolio of up to US$500 million of trade transactions originated by BofA (maximum up to US$250 million for IFC’s own account). IFC and the Bank are actively engaged in discussions about the Project, which is subject to negotiation and execution of definitive documentation.
This project has an environmental and social risk rating of FI-3.
Bank of America
Luiz Carlos F. Couto
701 Brickell Avenue, 6th Floor, Miami, FL 33131
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