The project aims to support ongoing reforms to strengthen institutional framework and management capacity of Erdenes Mongol, a state-owned investment (asset management) company established in 2007. As legislative and regulatory reforms are being made to enable Erdenes Mongol to manage the state-owned assets more effectively to benefit the welfare of all Mongolian people, the project provides essential capacity development support to help Erdenes Mongol fulfill its evolving mandate of managing various state-owned assets and investing in infrastructure to support Mongolia’s economic diversification.
The project will provide for capacity development and advisory services to deliver three intended outputs. It will not prepare feasibility studies or a detailed engineering design of an investment project.
Output 1: Corporate strategy developed.
Output 2: Functional capability strengthened.
Output 3: Investment capability strengthened.
Government US$ 6.2 million
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