DeFacto IPO

Location:

Regional

Project number:

50024

Business sector:

Manufacturing and Services

Notice type:

Private

Environmental category:

B

Target board date:

26 Apr 2018

Status:

Board Approved

PSD disclosed:

02 May 2018

Project Description

A participation in the initial public offering (IPO) on Borsa Istanbul of DeFacto Perakende Ticaret A.S, a Turkish apparel retailer.

Project Objectives

The EBRD's investment will contribute to the development of local capital markets in Turkey.

Transition Impact

The expected transition impact of the project will stem from its contribution to the "resilient" and "integrated" qualities of an open market economy.

Client Information

DEFACTO PERAKENDE TICARET AS

Environmental and Social Summary

Category B (2014).

The company publishes a Sustainability Report which links the company's activities in the areas such as environment, occupational health and safety (OHS), social impact and stakeholder engagement with its development goals.

Technical Cooperation

None.

Company Contact Information

Onder Senol
Onder.Senol@defacto.com.tr
+90 533 2109050
+90 212 8865129
+90 533 2109050
DeFacto Plaza Basin Ekspres Yolu Bahariye Cad. No.31 34303 Halkali Kucukcekmece / Istanbul

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