The proposed IFC investment consists of (i) a 5-year senior secured loan of up to MXN1,000 million (~US$50mn equivalent) to a special purpose vehicle (Trust or the Borrower) serviced by Dimex Capital, S.A. de C.V., SOFOM, ENR (Dimex), a non-bank financial institution (NBFI) with a proven track record of granting loans to pensioners; and (ii) up to MXN200 million (~US$10 million equivalent) to be committed in a later stage in form of a Partial Credit Guarantee (PCG) or a senior pari-passu participation in the Trust’s issuance in the capital markets.
As stated in the project description, it is not confirmed if the IFC will spend US$10 mi in the form of a guarantee or if it will take this amount willtake the form of a participation in Dimex's issuance in the capital markets.
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