According to the Bank’s website, the proposed investment is a corporate A loan (the Loan) of up to EUR 25 million equivalent in local currency (XOF) in Douja Promotion - Groupe Addoha Cote D’Ivoire (Douja CIV or the Company), a leading housing developer in Cote D’Ivoire which primarily develops build-to-sell affordable housing units along with mid- to high-end housing in Cote D’Ivoire. The Company is a fully owned subsidiary of Groupe Addoha Douja Promotion (Addoha Group) – a Moroccan real estate developer. The Loan will be used to partly finance the development of about 4,700 build-to-sell affordable housing units in the Company’s project in Lagoona City.
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Douja Promotion - Groupe Addoha Cote D’Ivoire
Chief Executive Officer
Immeuble les ambassades, Av. Delafosse, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
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