According to the Bank's website, this project finances on-lending by Bank Dabrabyt to private micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in Belarus.
Bank Dabrabyt is a mid-sized state-owned bank in Belarus ranked 10th by total assets among 24 banks, which translates to 1.9 per cent market share as of end-November 2019. It is one of the important providers of MSME and retail finance in Belarus with a network 24 outlets across Belarus serving almost 250,000 clients.
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49, Kommunisticheskaya str., premises 1, 220002, Minsk, Republic of Belarus
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