The proposed US$ 10 million mortgage loan, in either KZT or US$, will be used to lend to individuals for buying and/or repairing real estate properties. This mortgage loan is the second EBRD loan to BTA Ipoteka (BTAI) and would help BTAI to expand its mortgage loan portfolio and decrease funding costs, thus allowing provision of long-term affordable financing to home owners in Kazakhstan.
Additional EBRD mortgage loan to BTAI will further support the development of the housing mortgage market in Kazakhstan by providing long-term financing to the only specialised mortgage bank in the country and a leading mortgage provider for further on-lending to qualified sub-borrowers. Expansion of mortgage lending will make the mortgage market in Kazakhstan more competitive and transparent, allowing a wider range of customers to have access to mortgage financing at reasonable rates and to benefit from other improvements which competition brings.
EBRD will ensure that BTAI continues to set best corporate and lending practice. In addition the loan will facilitate promotion of mortgage bond issuance and further potential developments of the secondary market for mortgages. Finally, by helping to develop mortgage backed products (loans and securities), the EBRD will be creating alternative investments - both in terms of quality risk profile and term - for Kazakh pension funds and in future for insurance companies, mutual funds and other investors with a long term horizon.
BTAI was established in late 2000 to specialise in mortgage finance. BTAI remains at the forefront of western-style housing finance in Kazakhstan and is one of the top 4 retail mortgage providers with the current market share of 14%. BTAI operates through its head office in Almaty and branches in 13 largest cities throughout Kazakhstan.
Senior secured loan of US$ 10 million (€ 8.3 million equivalent), in either KZT or US$.
US$ 10 million (€ 8.3 million equivalent)
BTAI will be required to carry out its operations in accordance with the EBRD’s Environmental Procedures for Mortgage Loan and, at the same time with the Environmental Procedures for Intermediated Lending through Local Banks, including adherence to EBRD’s Environmental Exclusion List, compliance with national environmental, health and safety regulations.
Mr. Kairat Altynbekov
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