According to the ADB, the project consists of up to $50.0 million loan with parallel loans from IFC ($75.0 million) and EBRD ($50.0 million).
The ADB categorized the project in the following way:
The IFC and the EBRD are co-financing Uzpromstroybank with USD 75 million and USD 50 million respectively.
Uzpromstroybank is Uzbekistan’s second-largest lender, founded in 1922.
Responsible ADB Officer:
Gema Perez - Senior Investment Specialist
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Financial Intermediary - JSCB Uzbek Industrial and Construction Bank (Uzpromstroybank):
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