According to the bank website, the loan facility will support funding of Alliance's MSME portfolio, specifically focussed on Women (Microfinance) Entrepreneurs and green (commercial) vehicles.
According to FMO, Alliance Finance Company PLC (AFC) is Sri Lanka’s 3rd oldest finance company and a top 10 player (out of the c. 45 NBFCs in the country) based on total assets and has presence in 93 locations with a representation in all 25 districts of the country. The company's business lending portfolio consists roughly of SME leases, pledge loans, SME term loans and (women) microfinance group loans. AFC's clients use the financing for vehicles, mortgages, tractors and equipment and the remainder for general working capital purposes and consumption.
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Alliance Finance Company PLC (AFC)
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