According to ADB website, the CDTA will support the commercial transformation of Banco Nacional de Comércio de Timor-Leste (BNCTL) through:
1. Support to the implementation of BNCTL's strategic and business plan
2. Design and delivery of products (credit, savings, payments, trade finance) that are suited to the Timorese context and that are currently not available for a large part of the population
3. The introduction of technologies that improve efficiency
4. Building staff capacity and support for the commercial transformation of the institution to underpin commercial objectives and attract strategic investors.
The TA is aligned with the country partnership strategy (2011 2015) in that it helps to achieve economic growth and sharing of economic opportunities across the population. According to ADB documents, the safeguard categorization is not applicable.
Project Officer: Warid, Liliana Sera
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure
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