Original disclosure @ EBRD website
Updated in EWS Aug 20, 2022
Disclosed by Bank May 4, 2022
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According to the bank website, the project consists of the establishment of a Supply Chain Solutions Framework with an overall limit of up to EUR 150 million. Under the Framework, the EBRD will participate through unfunded and funded risk-sharing arrangements with partner banks in the supply chain finance programmes they extend to large companies known as "aggregators" with suppliers based in EBRD countries of operations. The Framework will cover multiple business sectors.
The objectives of the Framework are threefold: (i) provide suppliers in EBRD CoOs, particularly SMEs, with better and more affordable access to working capital finance; (ii) facilitate the alignment of Anchor Buyers and their suppliers alike (particularly SMEs) with best practice ESG standards that make the supply chains in EBRD CoOs to which they form part more sustainable and resilient and (iii) serve as a mechanism through which the EBRD can provide emergency liquidity to supply chains in its CoOs during crises.
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