According to ADB website, the Subproject 3 will build on the ongoing work under the previous Supply Chain Finance Program (SCFP) TAs and help continue to implement and expand SCFP in view of the additional financing approved in 2018. An important element of Subproject 3, and a feature that also distinguishes SCFP from TFP, concerns its focus on assessing and monitoring SME and corporate risk. Subproject 3 will fund the engagement of consultants who will continue to focus on obligor risk assessments and monitoring and administration of Supply Chain Finance (SCF) transactions.
According to the ADB webpage, this project is part of the bank's COVID-19 response. You can access more information about ADB's COVID-19 response at: https://www.adb.org/what-we-do/covid19-coronavirus.
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