EBRD, together with the Enterprise Expansion Fund ("ENEF"), to provide financing to HTEC doo Beograd ("HTEC" or the "borrower") in the form of a EUR 12.0m long term loan to support HTEC's growth and development strategy, the first stage of which envisages the acquisition of the well-established Serbian IT company Execom doo Novi Sad ("Execom" or the "target").
The project will enable the development of HTEC's strong regional R&D hub in the Western Balkans which in return will support local engineering talent and help offer world class services much needed under the conditions of remote working patterns.
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