The Project comprises an investment for IFC’s own account in Minimum Requirement for Own Funds and Eligible Liabilities eligible financing to be provided to OTP Bank Plc (OTP or the Bank). The proceeds of the investment will be earmarked for social SME and/or climate finance in Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Serbia (the Target Markets).
OTP is the largest bank in Hungary and a systemic institution that heads one of the largest banking groups in Central and Eastern Europe. OTP’s ordinary shares are listed on the Budapest Stock Exchange.
OTP Bank Plc
Head of Markets Department
Babér utca 9, H-1131 Budapest. Hungary
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