Santander CH RSF IV consists of a 3-year unfunded 50-50% risk-sharing facility (“RSF”) with Banco Santander Chile (“Santander” or the “Bank”) on a diversified portfolio of medium and large corporate loans (companies with annual revenues of not less than US$3.5 mm) totaling up to US$800 million, with an IFC gross exposure of up to US$400 million (the “Project”). The Project provides an efficient risk-mitigation tool for Santander to optimize its capital usage and redeploy freed capital.
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