The FMO funding will be provided in the form of a buyer's credit facility to be used to finance ~50% of a design-build construction contract between a Dutch construction company and the Ministry of Public Works of Guinea. The construction contract relates to the construction of 5 bridges with access roads located in Guinea's capital Conakry (4 bridges) and neighboring prefecture Coyah (1 bridge). The FMO facility will also be used to finance the premium for the credit insurance that Atradius Dutch State Business NV (the Dutch ECA) will provide for this transaction. The remaining ~50% of the construction contract amount shall be funded by a grant from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through its DRIVE facility, managed by RVO.
The rationale for funding this Project is: * The transaction supports the development of critical infrastructure in a low-income country. * The transaction aims to support the reduction of inequalities between countries and contributes to economic growth, infrastructure & innovation and partnerships. * With a significant percentage of the construction contract amount being used to source products and services from the Netherlands, the Project has a significant Dutch interest. * The Project is a showcase of how FMO, RVO and Atradius Dutch State Business can combine efforts to support a Dutch company and create impact in places where it is most needed. * High financial and ESG additionality.
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