Regional TFP: QNB Tunisia



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Business sector:

Financial institutions

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Target board date:

20 Jun 2018



PSD disclosed:

11 Jul 2018

Translated version of this PSD: French

Project Description

Provision of a TFP line of EUR 5 million to QNB Tunisia.

Project Objectives

The EBRD is considering providing a TFP line of EUR 5 million to QNB Tunisia.

Transition Impact

The trade finance limit will support QNBT's documentary operations and will provide a source of funding for pre-export and post-import financing and local distribution of imported goods.

Client Information


QNB Tunisia is the 15th largest bank in Tunisia by asset at year end 2017. QNB Tunisia has 1.5% and 1.0% market shares respectively in terms of loans and deposits. QNB Tunisia is a subsidiary of QNB Group.

EBRD Finance Summary

EUR 5,000,000.00

TFP line of EUR 5 million - TND 15 million eq.

Total Project Cost

EUR 5,000,000.00

TFP line of EUR 5 million - TND 15 million eq.

Environmental and Social Summary

Categorised FI. For the TFP line, QNBT will be required to implement the EBRD's E&S Guidelines for Trade Finance.

Technical Cooperation


Company Contact Information

Amine Hadjsaid
+216 36 005 036
Rue cité des sciences, B.P.320 -1080 Tunis

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