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01 Jun 2010

Translated version of this PSD: Russian

Project Description

The EBRD is considering providing a RUB 1.6 billion senior loan to EFKO Group, a leading Russian agribusiness company based in the town of Alekseevka in the Belogrod region. The Project will involve the financing of a CAPEX program, balance sheet restructuring and the provision of permanent working capital.

Transition Impact

The sources of Transition impact will be:
1. Improvements in corporate governance;
2. New product introduction’
3. Backward linkages to primary agricultural producers.

The Client

EFKO group is one of the leading Russian agribusiness companies, active in the production and distribution of special purpose fats, packed vegetable oils, mayonnaises, as well as grain trading.

EBRD Finance

Senior long term loan in the amount of RUB 1.6 billion.

Project Cost

RUB 1.6 billion.

Environmental Impact


Technical Cooperation


Company Contact

For information regarding this project of client please contact Vladimir Savic at savicv@ebrd.com


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