Mongolia: IFC and Financial Regulatory Commission Join Hands to Develop Green Finance and Improve Access to Funding for Small & Medium Enterprises
The initiative aims to develop green financing, as well as improving access to financial products and services for the country’s micro, small and medium enterprises.
EIB Lends $12M to Credo Bank for Microfinance in Rural Georgia to Offset Effects of COVID-19 on Food Production
Credo will use the funds to on-lend primarily as working capital for people living in rural areas, with the aim of lessening the impacts COVID-19 has had on food production and the country’s agricultural sector.
A new agreement between IFC and the Mongolian Bankers Association will help improve access to funding for 200,000 micro, small and medium enterprises cumulatively over the next five years by developing a vibrant market for value chain finance in Mongolia.
GGF and TBC Leasing Expand Access to Local Currency Finance for Energy Efficiency Measures in Georgia
The Green for Growth Fund has provided TBC Leasing with a loan of $5 million equivalent in Georgian lari to bolster energy efficiency measures among small and medium enterprises.
The proceeds of the Sustainability Bond will be used to finance both Social and Green eligible loans. The Social loans will be granted towards microenterprises and SMEs, stimulating the generation of employment in the country.