The project consists of an up to US$182 million unfunded IFC risk participation in an approximate US$4 billion global portfolio of predominantly emerging markets trade finance-related credit assets on Crédit Agricole CIB’s (“CACIB”) balance sheet. This risk participation will support further growth in CACIB’s trade finance transactions in emerging markets.
The IFC has given this project a risk category of FI-2 (financial intermediary).
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