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The US/EBRD SME Financing Facility was established in July 2000 to promote private sector growth and economic development in South East Europe (SEE) and Early and Intermediate Transition (EIT) Countries.
The facility was EBRD's first regional MSE finance fund, providing support for the establishment of a network of microfinance banks in South East Europe and the development of partner bank programmes in Central Asia.
The facility focuses on micro and small business lending (loans up to $10,000 and $100,000 respectively), with up to 20% of the funds available for loans of up to $500,000 to medium-sized borrowers.
The facility approaches MSE financing in three ways:
The facility covers the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, the Kyrgyz Republic, Romania, Serbia, Tajikistan and Ukraine.
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Last updated 29 June 2010