According to FMO website, PRAN-RFL Group (PRAN) is one of the prime conglomerates in Bangladesh. The company's principal activities are the manufacturing and sale of fruit juices, snacks, soft drinks, cakes and dairy products. The facility will also refinance part of the local long-term loans. The transaction concerns a 7 years senior secured USD 13 million facility, in which Proparco and FMO participate for USD 8 million and USD 5 million respectively. It will assist PRAN in establishing environmental, social and corporate governance improvements which would have considerable positive impact on PRAN. The project will also create economic growth through job creation, both direct and indirect.
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