The proposed project consists in up to USD 15 million unsecured mortgage loan to TBC Bank.
The EBRD long-term funds will be used to provide long-term financing to individuals for purchasing, constructing, renovating, repairing and/or re-mortgaging their real estate in Georgia.
The Mortgage Loan and the associated TC will support a proven partner bank in Georgia in the expansion of its mortgage lending and improving its mortgage operations, including training of staff.
The project will have a significant transition impact in the following areas:
The first Mortgage Loan provided by EBRD to a Georgian commercial bank would support the development of the mortgage sector in Georgia, which is in the early stage of development.
The Mortgage Loan will increase long-term funds available to a local bank, allowing an increasing number of people to access bank financing for purchasing, renovating and/or constructing residential property.
The project will support TBC Bank in implementing best international practice in its mortgage operations and develop standardised mortgage products, ready for future securitisation.
TBC Bank headquartered in Tbilisi is a leading commercial bank and the largest lender to small and medium size enterprises in Georgia.
Up to USD 15 million unsecured mortgage credit line in two tranches of USD 7.5 million each, with individual tranche maturities of up to 6 years.
USD 15 million.
TBC Bank will be required to comply with EBRD’s Environmental Procedures for Residential Mortgage Lending, including ensuring compliance with the applicable national environmental, health, safety and labour standards and submission of annual environmental reports to the Bank.
A TC funded by the ETC Multi-donor fund to improve Georgian Banks’ mortgage operations including staff training will be provided.
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