According to EBRD website, the project aims to contribute to the expansion of lending to private businesses through working capital lines and investment loans to SMEs, including enterprises operating in economically less developed regions of the country. Furthermore, the transaction supports EBS's growth strategy and diversification of its funding sources.
EBS is a dynamic retail-oriented bank with an experienced management team and consistently strong performance. The bank has a market share of 5% and is ranked 7th by total assets among 30 banks in Serbia. It is a subsidiary of Erste Group, which is the second largest bank in Austria rated A3, A, A- (Moody's, S&P, Fitch). EBS is a systematically-important bank in Serbia according to the Central Bank classification.
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