According to the Bank’s website, the proposed project is an up to ZAR4.5 billion senior unsecured loan with a 5-year tenor to Absa Bank Ltd. Proceeds will finance the expansion of Absa’s EDGE-certified (or equivalent green certification that is acceptable to IFC) green building finance portfolio in South Africa. The Project is expected to be supported by the Market Accelerator for Green Construction (“MAGC”) Program as described in the Blended Finance Section.
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Absa Bank Limited
Rolf Van Den Heever
Head of Capital Markets Execution
+27 (0) 11 350 4000
7th Floor, Absa Towers West 15 Troye Street, Johannesburg, 2001 PO Box 7735, Johannesburg, 2000 SA
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