Original disclosure @ GCF website
Updated in EWS Jul 29, 2020
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From GCF: The risk-sharing facility created by GCF and IDB will target agricultural MSMEs that demonstrate environmentally sustainable practices. It will support them to engage lenders for the longer-term loans needed for climate-smart investments. GCF's investment in this programme will support both mitigation and adaptation outcomes. The risk-sharing facility will attract additional local and international private sector investors, resulting in significant additional private capital being channelled into these activities.
(Proceeds from the GCF will be passed directly to the selected Financial Intermediaries selected to act as Executing Entities (EEs) for individual sub-projects. As part of the preparation of each sub-project, each EE will undergo IDB financial management and regulatory compliance due diligence in before being deemed eligible to receive IDB and / or GCF financing. Financial conditions of each specific financial instrument offered by the Facility at sub-project level will be determined on a case-by-case basis at the time of the sub-project structuring, in line with the GCF interim risk policy for private sector operations and with the principle of minimum concessionality.)
Co-financed by the Inter-American Development Bank and other private investors.
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