SOCIETE GENERALE YUGOSLAV BANK A.D. BELGRADE - MORTGAGE LOAN

Location:

Serbia

Project number:

35157

Business sector:

Financial institutions

Notice type:

Private

Environmental category:

FI

Target board date:

07 Sep 2004

Status:

Completed

PSD disclosed:

04 Jul 2004

Project Description

The proposed project involves the provision of a long-term loan to SGYB in support of its residential mortgage lending operations.

Transition Impact

The banking sector intermediation level in Serbia is still low compared to other CEE countries. Limited access to long-term funding is one of the impediments for higher lending activity by banks. The long-term loan from the EBRD will allow SGYB to increase its mortgage lending operations in the market where this type of lending is only developing.
SGYB will be required to use in its mortgage lending activities a standardised loan documentation lending procedure which will allow for issuance of mortgage backed securities in the future.  

The Client

SGYB was established in 1990 as a joint-venture bank. Since 2001, it is a full subsidiary of Société Générale, Paris.  Over the past three years SGYB’s operations have grown significantly as a result of expanded product range to retail and corporate customers. To date, SGYB is the 8th largest bank by total assets in Serbia with a branch network of 22 offices.

EBRD Finance

Residential mortgage loan in the amount of € 10 million.

Project Cost

Residential mortgage loan in the amount of € 10 million.

Environmental Impact

Société Générale Yugoslav Bank will carry out its operations in accordance with the EBRD's Environmental Procedures for Residential Mortgage Lending. SGYB will require a survey for each property financed on the primary market to ensure, among other things, that environmental, health and safety issues such as contaminated land and the presence of harmful materials are identified and any applicable standards for health and safety are met. SGYB will provide the Bank with annual environmental, health and safety reports and notifications on material issues that may have environmental, health and safety implications.

Technical Cooperation

None.

Company Contact

Société Générale Yugoslav Bank 
Vladimira Popovica 6,
11070 Belgrade
Serbia and Montenegro
Tel: (381) 11 145 190
Website: www.socgenyu.com
 

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