According to the Bank’s website, the proposed Project consists of a three-year senior unsecured “A” loan for up to US$100 million to Banco Multiple BHD, S.A. in the Dominican Republic. The loan proceeds will be used to support the Bank’s small and medium enterprises (“SMEs”) portfolio growth, including a portion that will be on-lent to woman-owned SMEs (“WSMEs”); and, climate-related assets.
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Banco Múltiple BHD, S.A.
Mr. Fidelio Despradel
Executive Vice President of Treasury
Avenida 27 de Febrero esquina Avenida Winston Churchill, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
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