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New financing to Romanian agriculture financing firm Agricover Credit IFN

By Olga Rosca

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  • EBRD lends €10 million to a dynamic financier of agriculture in Romania
  • Agricover aims to expand farmers’ access to finance
  • The EBRD acquired a stake in the parent company last year.

The EBRD is providing a Romanian lei equivalent of €10 million to Agricover Credit IFN, a firm that finances the agricultural sector in Romania.

The funds will support the growth of one of the main, locally owned Romanian companies serving farmers in the agricultural sector. They will allow the firm to meet the growing financing needs of local farmers, increase its loan portfolio and market share. Agricover Credit IFN has a leading position in terms of granting agricultural loans and works with more than 15 per cent of all professional farmers. 

The firm is part of Agricover Holding SA, a major player in the Romanian agricultural sector, offering agribusiness and financial services to farmers through a highly integrated and original business model centred around satisfying the essential needs of farmers. With 17 years of experience in Romanian agriculture and 850 employees, the company supports more than 4,500 farmers through its two main subsidiaries Agricover SA and Agricover Credit IFN.

Last year the EBRD acquired a 13 per cent stake in the holding.

The Bank is a leading institutional investor in Romania. It focuses on promoting stability and expanding products in the financial sector, strengthening infrastructure through improved efficiency and greater private sector involvement, as well as restructuring the power sector and increasing energy efficiency and sustainability.

The EBRD has to date invested close to €8 billion in Romania in more than 400 projects. Last year alone, the Bank invested over half a billion euros in the country. Of this financing, 93 per cent was provided to the private sector.

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