The proposed project is an up to EUR 112 million long-term secured, syndicated corporate loan to the client. Proceeds of the loan will be used for the construction and operation of hypermarkets around Moscow Region.
Globus will introduce a new, modern retail format to the targeted locations around Moscow region and therefore have positive backward linkages, i.e. on local suppliers in Moscow region.
OOO Hyperglobus is a subsidiary of the German Globus Group and entered the Russian hypermarket sector in 2006 by successfully opening a store in Scholkovo, Moscow region.
The Globus Group is active in Germany, the Czech Republic and Russia by operating around 100 hypermarkets, DIY and home electronic stores.
Up to EUR 112 million long-term secured corporate loan to Globus Russia. The Loan will comprise of a:
• A loan of EUR 40 million for the account of the Bank; and
• B loan of EUR 72 million for the account of participating banks.
EUR 455 million.
The project has been screened C/1. A corporate audit of the Group’s approach to environmental, health, safety and labour management was conducted by a member of the Bank’s Environment & Sustainability Department and included site visits and interviews of key management staff.
The environmental due diligence has not identified any major environmental or social issues associated with stores in operation and/or under construction though improvements can be made to health and safety practices at the construction site visited.
An Environmental Action Plan (EAP) has been developed, agreed and covered such actions as the appointment of an Environmental Manager and the implementation of an Environmental Management System.
In addition, in line with EBRD’s Environmental Policy, the Company will be required to ensure that stores will meet the relevant Russian Federation and EU environmental, health and safety standards and applicable Russian Federation laws and standards on employment, as well as standards consistent with the Conventions of the International Labour Organisation relating to the employment of children and young people, discrimination at work, and forced labour.
The Bank will evaluate the project’s compliance with the EAP and applicable environmental, health, safety and labour requirements during the lifetime of the project by reviewing annual environmental and social reports and as well as ad hoc visits to the Company by the Bank’s Environment Department staff.
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