According to FMO's website, this project provides financing to Banco Internacional for on-lending to women-owned small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ecuador.
"Banco Internacional is part of Grupo Fierro, a spanish-owned conglomerate comprising among others our existing client Banbif in Peru. Banco Internacional was established in 1973 and was the first Ecuadorian bank to join the SWIFT network in 1981. Banco Internacional is recognized as a safe solid bank focused on corporates and leader in international trade finance. In the challenging current economic environment, Banco Internacional remains a top performer of the Ecuadorian banking system in terms of portfolio quality, efficiency and growth."
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