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The principal forms of direct financing that may be provided by the EBRD are loans, equity and guarantees.
Loans are tailored to meet the particular requirements of a project. The credit risk may be taken entirely by the Bank or partly syndicated to the market.
Equity investments may be undertaken in a variety of forms. When the EBRD takes an equity stake, it expects an appropriate return on its investment and will only take a minority position.
Guarantees are also provided by the Bank to help borrowers gain access to financing.
Assistance through financial intermediaries
One of the EBRD’s key aims is to support the development of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) which are crucial to nurturing a private sector economy. To do this, we may make equity and loan financing available to SMEs through a range of intermediaries throughout our countries of operations.
These intermediaries include banks in which the EBRD has an equity stake or with which it has signed a loan, and investment or venture capital funds in which the EBRD has made an investment.
The EBRD may also provide direct financing and support for SMEs through a number of loan and equity facilities.
Last updated 12 May 2010
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