The Project consists of an equity investment of up to USD 50 million for the establishment of a joint venture ("JV") with Dragon Capital Investments Ltd (the "Sponsor"). The JV will invest in the acquisition and development of commercial real estate in Ukraine with a focus on industrial and logistics assets in Kyiv region and other regions of Ukraine.
The Project will support the development and operation of sustainable industrial and logistics real estate in Ukraine.
ETI score: 75
1) Green: A sample of assets that will be acquired or developed by the JV will be certified with the internationally recognised BREEAM certification.
2) Well-Governed: As part of the Project, the JV will join the GRESB initiative, a leading ESG benchmark for real estate and infrastructure investments globally.
DRAGON CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LTD
Dragon Capital Investments Ltd is a limited liability company incorporated in Cyprus and is part of Dragon Capital group. Dragon Capital was established in 2000 and is one of the leading investment and financial services firm in Ukraine.
EBRD Finance Summary
Total Project Cost
The Bank's additionality stems from i) filling the market gap in Ukraine's real estate sector by providing equity financing for the Project; ii) its experience in the field of environmental standards as well as energy and resource efficiency.
Environmental and Social Summary
Categorised B in line with the EBRD's 2019 Environmental and Social Policy (ESP). Equity finance for the Company's investment & operation of industrial and logistics warehouses that have some environmental & social ("ES") issues which can be addressed by standard mitigation measures. ES Due Diligence ("ESDD") has been carried out internally based on the review of the completed ESDD Questionnaire, due diligence reports (2021), Public Grievance Procedure and ES Policy documentation and follow up communication with Dragon Capital. ESDD showed the following: the group complies with national E&S law; the sub-projects are not subject to significant ES risks; the group has contractor management procedures as well as overarching ES risk management procedures. All the sub-projects are not subject to resettlement & economic displacement, significant environmental issues and public grievance. The group has a formal HR policy, including an employee grievance mechanism & labour right of association in line with PR2 and overarching ES policy applicable for each warehouse asset. Dragon Capital is implementing Covid-19 response procedures at the headquarters and all sub-projects in accordance with the national guidelines.
To strengthen their monitoring capacities of construction & operation, contractor management and OHS management, a concise ESAP has been agreed with Dragon Capital. The Sponsor is required to comply with EBRD Performance Requirements ("PR") as well as submit an ES annual report to the Bank. The Bank will monitor the Project's ES performance by reviewing the annual ES report as well as site visits if deemed necessary.
Technical Cooperation and Grant Financing
TC support for this operation will be provided by the Bank's Shareholder Special Fund with contribution by the Sponsor.
Company Contact Information
36D Saksahanskoho Street Kyiv 01033 Ukraine
PSD last updated
09 Feb 2022
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