According to the bank's website, the project consists in the provision of long term funding in the amount of EUR 42 million to Cersanit S.A. to complete multiple investments both in Ukraine and Poland as well as actively manage working capital needs.
The Project is approved under € 2bn Resilience and Livelihoods Framework with ultimate aim of helping citizens, companies and countries affected by the war on Ukraine.
As stated by the EBRD, Cersanit S.A., together with its subsidiaries, is a leading European manufacturer and distributor of ceramic tiles and bathroom equipment.
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