Original disclosure @ IFC website
Updated in EWS Sep 9, 2019
Disclosed by Bank May 14, 2018
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The stated objective of the project is to "support the creation of an enabling environment for World Startup Market Exchange entrepreneurs to gain access to finance and growth of World Startup Market Exchange entrepreneurs lending portfolio."
The project will address market constraints that prevent World Startup Market Exchange entrepreneurs from getting access to finance. To create an enabling environment, it will undertake the following interventions:
1. Develop capacity of Bangladesh Bank to design and manage Credit Guarantee Schemes.
2. Provide advisory support for reviewing and updating women Small and Medium-Enterprises policies of Bangladesh Bank.
3. Build the capacity of "Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and special programs" department of Bangladesh bank to help improve women Small and Medium-sized Enterprises financing in Bangladesh.
4. Awareness raising and capacity building for stakeholders in the World Startup Market Exchange financing ecosystem.
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