According to the IFC, The senior loan with a greenshoe option of up to US$40 million to Amret Company Limited aims to support the Company's sustainable growth of its micro, small and medium loan portfolio.
Amret Co. is a leading microfinance institution in Cambodia serving micro, small and medium enterprises and low-to-middle-income populations with a focus on agriculture, rural areas, district and provincial cities. Amret was launched in 1991, and obtained a license to operate as a deposit-taking MFI in 2009. Today, it provides a wide range of loan and deposit services to Cambodian men and women, farmers, small businesses, and households across 25 provinces and 197 operating districts. The current main shareholders of Amret are: (i) Advans SA with a 52.78% shareholding, (ii) FMO with 19.99%, and (iii) IFC with 19.99%, La Fayette Participations S.A.S with 4.06%, and Botta Cambodia with 3.17% shareholding.
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Amret Company Limited
Chief Finance Officer
(855) 23 880 942
#35BA, St.169, Veal Vong, 7 Makara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 12253
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