According to FMO's website, this project provides a risk sharing facility to Araratbank to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) affected by COVID-19 and those displaced from conflicted areas currently living in Armenia to support their income generating business activities.
ARARATBANK OJSC is a mid-sized universal bank in Armenia focusing on Micro, SME and Retail customers. The bank operates the 5th largest branch network in the country and employs around 1025 staff. Araratbank is an existing client of FMO since 2014 in the area of funding and technical assistance.
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