According to the Bank's website, this project finances small and medium-sized enterprises where at least 30 percent of the financing will be used by TBC Leasing to develop its green-lending portfolio.
TBC Leasing ("TBC-L") is the leasing subsidiary of existing FMO client JSC TBC Bank (“TBC Bank”), the largest bank in Georgia. TBC-L operates from its office in Tblisi.
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