According to the Bank’s website, the proposed project entails a 50%-50% risk sharing facility with DBS Bank Ltd. on a portfolio of trade assets with Emerging Market Issuing Banks (“EMIBs”) for up to US$500 million with an IFC investment of up to US$250 million. The Project portfolio will consist of emerging market FIs across the globe and will include climate eligible transactions (20% of the portfolio) on a best effort basis.
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