Under this project EBRD is going to provide a loan US$ 15 million (EUR 12.7 million) to Ipak Yuli Bank, as one of the main partner of EBRD in Uzbekistan for development of MSME and private sector businesses.
This funding under the Resilience Framework will facilitate the partner to continue lending, maintain the existing loan portfolio and support the clients with new financing in this difficult environment.
IPAK YULI JOINT-STOCK INNOVATION COMMERCIAL BANK
Ipak Yuli Bank is a universal commercial bank, the second largest private bank in Uzbekistan and 12th largest by assets among 31 local banks with a market share of 2 per cent by assets and loans. IYB is an active EBRD partner bank in the area of on-lending to private sector businesses via MSME and GEFF loan facilities, TFP and RSF.
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Mr. Dilaziz Sultanov
Tel.: (+998-71) 140-6943
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