According to FMO bank information, under this project it would be provided loan to Joint-Stock Commercial Bank Microcreditbank ("Microcreditbank") of Uzbekistan.
Joint-Stock Commercial Bank Microcreditbank ("Microcreditbank"), Uzbekistan will be the FMO/Invest International borrower. Microcreditbank was established in 2006, in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Executing its role as a state-owned development bank, Microcreditbank focuses on providing financial solutions to SMEs, entrepreneurs and retail clients in rural areas of Uzbekistan. The bank consists of a large and wide branch network across the country (71 branches and offices).
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