This project provides financing to Všeobecna uverova banka a.s. under the Green Economy Financing Facility for lending to green investments in the muncipal sector, including service providers. This project aims to conserve energy and resources in the muncipal sector.
Všeobecna uverova banka a.s is a commercial bank incorporated in Slovak Republic with total assets close to EUR 15 billion it is the second largest bank on the Slovak market, accounting for 18% market share in terms of total assets. It services all segments of the market through an extensive sales network with 240 branches and close to 3,500 employees. It is 97% owned by Intesa Sanpaolo.
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