The provision of a senior loan to XacLeasing LLC of up to US$ 4 million, of which up to US$ 3 million to be provided by the EBRD and up to US$ 1 million by the Green Climate Fund ("GCF") under the GCF - Green Economy Financing Facility ("GEFF") Regional Framework (the "Framework").
The proceeds of the loan will be used for financing investments in climate change mitigation and adaptation technologies by local businesses, in line with the standards and reporting requirements for GEFF in Mongolia. 100 per cent of the loan proceeds will be related to Green Economy Transition investments.
ETI score: 65
The project will support the Green TI quality by facilitating accelerated market penetration of climate technologies, particularly focusing on promotion of applicable climate change mitigation and adaptation technologies for leasing finance. This will promote the transition to an environmentally sustainable, low-carbon and climate-resilient economy in Mongolia.
XacLeasing LLC, established in 2007, is the 2nd largest financial leasing company operating in Mongolia and an existing client of the EBRD since 2013.
EBRD Finance Summary
US$ 3 million (available in US$ or in MNT equivalent) financed by the EBRD.
Total Project Cost
The total project cost is US$ 4 million
- The provision of long term local currency financing for climate change mitigation and adaptation investments, especially at a time when funding conditions are expected to deteriorate in Mongolia, induced by COVID-19 related capital withdrawals from riskier emerging markets.
- XacLeasing and its clients will benefit from technical support and technology selector to achieve higher standards
Environmental and Social Summary
Categorised FI. XacLeasing is an existing client of the Bank whose E&S performance was satisfactory. For this new transaction XacLeasing will need to comply with the EBRD's Performance Requirements 2, 4 and 9 and submit annual environmental and social reports to the Bank.
Technical Cooperation and Grant Financing
The Loan is expected to benefit from the Technical Assistance package implemented under the Framework and US$ 1 million of concessional financing provided by the GCF.
Company Contact Information
XacLeasing LLC XacLeasing Tower, 5th Floor 1st Khoroo Baga Toiruu, Chingeltei District Ulaanbaatar 15170
PSD last updated
11 Jun 2020
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