According to the Bank’s website, the proposed investment consists of a one-year, renewable senior loan of up to US$30 million to Banco Davivienda Honduras S.A. under the FIG COVID-19 Emergency Response WCS Envelope. The WCS Envelope is designed to provide funding to existing IFC client banks in emerging markets that will then extend new trade-related or working capital loans to companies whose cash flows have been disrupted by the global outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Banco Davivienda Honduras S.A.
International Trade Manager
Oficina Principal La Torre Entre Boulevard Suyapa, y Boulevard Juan Pablo Segundo, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
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