As stated by the EBRD, the project consists in the provision of a senior long-term loan to Infinum d.o.o., a Croatian IT company providing digital solutions to its clients, for expansion through acquisitions. The loan will support the Company's expansion efforts as well as further efficiency and profitability improvements.
From the EBRD's website:
Infinum d.o.o. is a privately owned IT company founded in 2005 in Croatia specialised in supporting digital transformation of corporates through consultancy and building customised digital products, mainly for clients from Europe and the US. The Company is owned by four Croatian individuals.
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Client - Infinum d.o.o.:
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