Translated version of this PSD: Serbian
The EBRD has signed loans worth a total of EUR 230 million with Eurobank EFG subsidiaries across three South-Eastern European countries, as part of a package approved in July 2010. The aim is to provide medium and long-term debt financing through Eurobank EFG subsidiaries for on-lending to private businesses operating in the three countries.
The EBRD investments are part of the Joint International Financial Institutions Action Plan set up by the EBRD, the World Bank Group and the European Investment Bank (EIB) to provide over EUR 24 billion in support of the banking sectors in the region and to fund lending to businesses hit by the global crisis.
The credit lines will contribute to the transition process by maintaining an essential flow of lending to enterprises at a time when the availability of credit, particularly to SMEs and corporates has been constrained.
Eurobank EFG group subsidiaries in three countries of EBRD’s region.
Eurobank EFG is an international banking group with a strong and long-standing commitment to the region with a presence in 8 countries in Central and South-Eastern Europe. The group employs a total of 23,578 employees servicing its clients through more than 1,600 branches.
A total of € 230 million.
The Eurobank EFG subsidiaries will be required to comply with EBRD’s Environmental Performance Requirement (“PR”) 9 when making local loans, conduct their business in accordance with PR 2, adhere to the EBRD's Environmental and Social Exclusion and Referral Lists, and submit Annual Environmental and Social Reports to the Bank. The subsidiary borrowers will be required to comply with applicable national environmental, health and safety and labour requirements.
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