Original disclosure @ EBRD website
Updated in EWS Mar 13, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Mar 10, 2023
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According to the EBRd, the project consists in an intermediated finance framework of up to EUR 600 million for Turkish banks to support livelihoods, jobs and human capital in Turkiye's South-Eastern provinces affected by the earthquakes of February 6, 2023. The proceeds of EBRD's investment will be used by eligible partner banks to ensure access to finance for businesses and individuals in the disaster provinces (Window 1) as well as for Turkish companies that participate in recovery and reconstruction efforts (Window 2).
According to the EBRD, the clients will be existing private partner banks in Türkiye.
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