As stated by the IFC, the investment consists of a senior, unsecured, syndicated green loan with sustainability linked features for an aggregate amount of up to €500 million to support the expansion of CTP N.V. in Bulgaria and Poland. The Project is aimed to (i) respond to the increased demand from clients in need to upgrade to low-carbon Grade-A industrial and logistics building stock and enhance the resilience of their supply chains following the disruptions of the past years, and (ii) catalyze energy-efficient and environmentally friendly development and construction practices as part of a longer-term development agenda in the Project Countries.
As stated by the IFC, the financing package is comprised of up to EUR 150 million A Loan, for IFC’s own account, and up to EUR 350 million mobilization from third party lenders.
Founded in 1998, CTP is listed on the Euronext stock exchange in Amsterdam and majority owned (i.e., c.76%) by co-founder and CEO, Mr. Remon Vos.
As stated by Bloomberg, CTP NV operates as a real estate company. The Company owns and develops an industrial and logistics parks. CTP serves customers in Europe.
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