According to the Bank’s website, the proposed IFC investment consists of subscriptions to sustainability-linked bonds (“SLB”) of up to approximately US$150 million (in VND equivalent), of which US$50 million will be issued by Thanh Xuan Joint Stock Company and US$100 million will be issued by BIM Land Joint Stock Company (“BIM Land”). The proposed IFC investment is earmarked for (i) the development of Thanh Xuan valley project, which includes a hotel complex under the InterContinental brand, shophouses, and infrastructure of the project; and (ii) InterContinental Hotel and Regent Hotel in Phu Quoc.
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BIM Land Joint Stock Company
Chief Financial Officer
+84 24 73053555
Hanoi Aqua Central, 44 Yen Phu Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Vietnam
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