According to the Bank's website, the project provides funding to the ProCredit Bank AD Belgrade to finance investments in high-performance green technologies, materials and solutions undertaken in privately-owned residential dwellings or buildings.
Up to EUR 2.965 million have been set for technical cooperation at the Facility level to support both partner financial institutions and sub-borrowers (including individuals, housing collectives, suppliers and vendors of green technologies, and service providers). The objective of the technical cooperation is to transfer know-how and raise awareness about investment in modern energy efficiency technologies in the residential building sector to support a green economy transition in the Western Balkans. The TC is essential to supporting the preparation, implementation and monitoring of the Facility. The TC is provided by the Shareholder Special Fund and the Government of Austria.
ProCredit Bank AD Belgrade is a medium-sized development-oriented commercial bank in Serbia specialised in lending to SMEs and agricultural clients. With total assets of EUR 1.48 billion, it ranks as the 12th largest bank in Serbia as of December 2020. PCB is part of ProCredit group, which is led by its Frankfurt-based parent company, Procredit Holding AG & Co. KGaA. As the sole owner of PCB, ProCredit Holding holds 100% of its shares.
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Centrala, Beograd Milutina Milankovica 17 Republic of Serbia
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