As stated by the EBRD, the project consists of the provision of a loan (Loan I) of up to US$ 10 million (equivalent) to Joint Stock Commercial Bank with Foreign Capital Hamkorbank under Uzbekistan Green Economy Financing Facility II (GEFF II Uzbekistan). The proceeds of the loan will be on-lent to eligible sub-borrowers implementing qualifying sub-projects in line with the technical and financial eligibility criteria in accordance with the standard requirements set in the policy statement for the GEFF II Uzbekistan.
The GEFF II Loan I will contribute towards building a green economy in Uzbekistan by facilitating the expansion of energy efficiency investments in a gender responsive way. The project builds on the successful implementation of previous green financing operations and will scale up Hamkorbank's green activities. Hamkorbank will benefit from a comprehensive technical assistance to strengthen the internal capacity for financing green projects.
As stated by the EBRD, Hamkorbank, founded in 1991, is a leading privately owned bank in Uzbekistan. In 2022, the bank ranked 10th largest among 31 banks with a market share of 3 per cent by total assets. The bank has a well-diversified product range serving corporates, MSMEs and retail customers with a strong regional outreach. Hamkorbank is majority owned by a local businessman Mr Ikram Ibragimov (55.8 per cent), FMO, responsAbility and IFC and other shareholders.
Financial Intermediary - Hamkorbank JSCB:
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