According to the Bank's website, this project finances the borrower's acquisition of PepsiCo bottlers in countries where the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development invests.
Provision of EUR 40 million financing in the form of (i) EUR 10 million preferred equity and (ii) EUR 30 million debt to Karlovarske mineralni vody, a. s.
Karlovarske Mineralny Vody S.A., a joint stock company incorporated in the Czech Republic, with operations in the Slovak Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria and Austria. Karlovarske Mineralny Vody S.A is one of the leading mineral water producers in central and eastern Europe.
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