According to the bank website, the project involves the provision of a long-term senior unsecured loan to ProCredit Bank AD Belgrade for on-lending to small and medium-sized enterprises ("SMEs") in Serbia. The loan is extended under the EBRD Financial Intermediaries Framework ("FIF").
The loan is intended to facilitate the expansion of lending to private businesses through working capital lines and investment loans, including to enterprises operating in economically less developed regions of the country. The bank will aim to allocate up to 20% of the proceeds to GET-eligible projects which are expected to come from investments in renewable energy and energy efficient projects.
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