According to the Bank’s website, the project consists of an up to USD 10 million local currency denominated, three year MSME credit line to Credo Bank, an MSME dedicated lender in Georgia.
The proposed loan will address some of the market gaps from both supply (local currency funding) as well as demand (MSME knowledge and expertise) side. The MSME Loan will enable Credo to continue supporting investments of local MSMEs, by providing adequately priced, medium-term local currency financing, which still remains limited on the market. Credo will continue to support regional and peri-urban customers through its branch and counsel network as well as further reinforced online lending channels.
COMPANY CONTACT INFORMATION
R. Tabukashvili street 27, Tbilisi, Georgia
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