According to the bank website, the project includes:
The project will address the issue through the implementation of activities under two components:
(1) supporting the development of the legislation and regulation to support capital markets deals, including mortgage securitization and covered bonds,
(2) providing advisory services to IFC client-bank(s) to enhance their mortgage lending practices, develop new mortgage products to address the growing demand from the households, and prepare banks for refinancing of their mortgage portfolios through new capital markets instruments.
No contact information was provided at the of the disclosure.
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