The proposed project consists of a credit facility through a financing structure with Fideicomiso Hipotecario (Fideicomiso Irrevocable F/2061 FHipo; BMV Ticker: FHIPO) (“FHipo” or “the Company”). With this financing, FHipo will continue with its ordinary course of business which may include but is not limited to the co-participation and co-origination of mortgage loans with several originators in Mexico, allowing them to expand the number of mortgages granted and thus benefiting a greater number of Mexican families.
FHipo, a publicly entity traded in the Mexican stock exchange, is the first real estate investment trust established to acquire, originate, co-participate, and manage mortgage portfolios in Mexico. As a publicly traded company, its investors can access the residential mortgage market in Mexico, while at the same time benefiting from the liquidity of an instrument listed on the country’s stock exchange. FHipo’s governance is ruled by its technical committee. The technical committee establishes the investment policies and guidelines of the Company. In 2019, FHipo internalized its advisory and management team CH Asset Management (before known as Concentradora Hipotecaria).
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