According to EIB website, the transaction supports investments in high-performance energy efficiency technologies, materials and solutions undertaken in, or in relation to, privately-owned residential dwellings or buildings ("sub-projects") in North Macedonia. Sub-projects are selected according to technical and financial eligibility criteria set forth in the Policy Statement for GEFF. 100% of the use of proceeds will be related to Green Economy Transition investments.
KBS is the largest bank in the Republic of North Macedonia with assets of EUR 1.87bn and a market share of 22.7% at end-2019. The company is headquartered in Skopje and services the entire territory of North Macedonia through a network of 11 regional branches as well as 54 city-branches served by a total of 1,012 employees.
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