TRIGRANIT III

Location:

Project number:

33187

Business sector:

Property and tourism

Notice type:

Private

Environmental category:

C

Approval date:

02 Mar 2004

Status:

Completed

PSD disclosed:

24 Jan 2004

Project Description

To provide equity finance to support the regional expansion and sub sectoral diversification of a real estate development company in the Region.

Transition Impact

The project will lead to an increase in the provision of new, modern, international standard commercial real estate facilities (e.g. office buildings, shopping malls, mixed use centres) in the Region and thus support the development of primary and secondary property markets and stimulate greater competition in the sector. The project will also lead to an improvement of local subcontractor skills in the company's new target and expansion markets, enabling them to produce construction works to international standards.

The Client

TriGranit Holding Limited, a limited liability company organised under the laws of Cyprus and holding company to various real estate development sub projects in the Region. The company is currently owned by Ennaid Ltd, AIG -CET and EBRD.
For more details on the client please refer to www.trigranit.com

EBRD Finance

The EBRD proposes to make a phased equity investment of up to € 25 million, providing funding to TriGranit Holding and for selected developments of TriGranit that meet specific criteria also additionally at sub-project level.

Project Cost

To be determined - actual figure will depend on number and volume of new sub-projects that are going to be implemented by the Company.

Environmental Impact

The project was screened C/1, requiring an audit of the Sponsor's corporate environmental policy and procedures. The audit confirmed that each of the proposed developments will be undertaken in compliance with high environmental, health and safety standards. Potential environmental impact associated with the development, construction and operation of the new properties and sites will be appropriately addressed, and the properties will be built and operated in accordance with all applicable national standards and requirements, in accordance with relevant EU standards and best international practice. As a part of its Investment Guidelines, the company will conduct environmental due diligence of sub-projects under the facility in accordance with the EBRD Environmental Procedures for Property Development and Acquisition Funds.

Technical Cooperation

None.

Company Contact

Todd Cowan , Chief Excecutive Officer,
TriGranit, Vaci ut 3, 1062 Budapest,
Hungary
Phone: ++36-1-374-5600
Fax: ++36-1-374-5601
e-mail: info@trigranit.com
 

Business opportunities

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