Translated version of this PSD: Moldavian
The EBRD is considering making an ordinary equity investment in Vision Holding SA (the Group). The Bank’s investment will be used to finance the Group’s permanent working capital needs, as well as the new vegetable oil and meal storage facilites in the Group’s grain port terminal in Giurgiulesti, Moldova.
The capital investments will permit the Group to perform transhipment of both oil and meal, and will result in significant savings in transhipment costs. Further, the increased permanent working capital will allow the Group to grow its processing operations as well as boost its level of trade finance.
The project, when approved by the EBRD’s Board of Directors, will contribute to transition in the following ways:
Improvement of Corporate Governance through:
(i) establishment of a Supervisory Board; and
(ii) improving management reporting procedures.
- Market Expansion. The Bank’s financing would allow the Group to provide more liquidity for the primary agricultural sector.
Vision Holding SA, Switzerland is an entity which owns a number of grain originating, processing, logistics and trading entities (the “Group”) in the Republic of Moldova.
Since 1998, the Group has been establishing contacts with grain producers in Moldova and has become a regional operator, practicing a wide range of activities from farming, grain handling and storage to international trading in grains, vegetable oil and animal feed.
EBRD is considering providing up to US$ 15 million ordinary equity investment.
US$ 15 million.
Potential E&S impacts associated with the Project are likely to be site specific and can readily be identified and addressed through mitigation measures. Therefore, the project has been categorised B. The Environmental and Social Due Diligence (ESDD) will include an independent corporate audit of Transoil's current E&S management systems, ESH and labour management in the supply chain and their past and current performance against the EBRD PRs and an E&S analysis of the proposed investment programme. Once the ESDD is completed, this section of the PSD will be updated to include the findings and mitigation measures identified and the summary of the main commitments in the Environmental and Social Action Plan.
Mr. Vaja Jhashi,
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