According to the Bank's website, this project will provide financing to Bank CenterCredit to be used for investment in women-led, private micro, small and medium enterprises in Kazakhstan.
A 3-year loan in the amount of up to USD 10 million in Kazakhstan equivalent
JSC Bank CenterCredit (BCC) is the 6th largest bank (out of 28) in Kazakhstan with total assets of USD 4 billion and equity of USD 279 million and market shares of 6.0 per cent in total assets, 7.9 per cent in customer loans and 6.2 per cent in deposits as of the end of 2018. The bank offers retail, corporate and micro, small and medium-sized enterprise products via its distribution network of 18 branches and 103 outlets in 18 cities and rural settlements of Kazakhstan.
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