According to EBRD website, this project provides finance to Frontex International in support of their expansion of NPL purchases from financial institutions, telecoms, other utility companies and other Bulgarian originators. It will allow the company to extend the maturity of and diversify the sources of its funding base. The project will:
1. support Frontex in further expanding its NPL purchases from financial institutions in Bulgaria, thereby contributing to the development of a strong and efficient NPL market, facilitating new lending to the real economy by the selling FIs and allowing both corporate/SME and retail debtors to become economically active again and;
2. introduce a new borrower asset class to international investors.
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