According to FMO's website, this project provides funding to Bancop S.A. for financing local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), mainly active in the agriculture and cattle value chains.
Banco Para la Comercialización y la Producción, Bancop S.A. (Bancop) is a private universal bank in Paraguay. It is owned by a group of 28 productive cooperatives tied to the country’s agriculture, cattle and agro-industrial sectors. Bancop started operations in 2012 and has been growing rapidly - by the end of 2019, it had USD 444mln in total assets. Its loan portfolio is dedicated to corporates and SMEs mainly active in the agriculture and cattle value chains.
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