According to EBRD website, the Bank has subscribed TRY 100 million (EUR 24 million) in Enerjisa Enerji A.S.'s latest TRY 335 million (EUR 80 million) local currency bond issuance. This issue is part of the company's TRY 1,000 million (EUR 240 million) bond programme as approved by the Capital Markets Board of Turkey. It is expected to assist in increasing the average tenor of bond issuances in the corporate bond market and mobilise investor interest for future bonds.
The project's transition impact stems mainly from the following key areas which are set under the TRY Corporate Bond Framework:
Resilience: the Project (as a subproject under the Framework) aims to show the viability of the local currency bond financing for a broader range of Turkish corporates. While the Turkish corporate sector is well versed in bank financing, bond financing particularly for non-financial institutions and with longer tenors, is relatively scarce in comparison with the size and potential of the market. Diversifying funding sources and lengthening of their tenors will ultimately strengthen the resilience of Turkish corporates and make them less susceptible to potential turmoil in the banking sector.
Project Contact: Aysegül Öcal
Email Address: ENERJISA_FINANS@enerjisa.com
Telephone No.: +90 212 385 8861
Office Address: Sabanci Center Kule-2 4.Levent, 34330, Istanbul, Turkey
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