According to bank documents, Bait Al Batterjee Medical Company Limited is building a healthcare platform, Humania North Africa Holding Company, focused on hospitals and clinics in North Africa. The EBRD, together with the IFC (International Finance Cooperation), OFID (OPEC Fund for International Development) and Finfund (Finnish Fund for Industrial Cooperation Ltd.), will finance the platform's construction and operation of (i) a greenfield general hospital in Alexandra, Egypt and (ii) a greenfield general hospital in Casablanca, Morocco.
The Commodity Murabaha financing is in the amount of up to USD 20 million in favour of the operating subsidiaries of Humania North Africa Holding Company, a holding platform incorporated in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), with a 10 year tenor.
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