What is NAP Syndication

EBRD loan

The presentation of the offer is based on the current status of the presentation of the program of the offering organization published publicly on the Internet.

Talk to the consulting team at the Agency for Business & Development, who will be happy to help you choose suitable offers: https://wirtschaft-entwicklung.de/kontakt.

Type of funding: Senior and subordinated loans, mezzanine financing or convertible bonds. The basis for a loan is the project's expected cash flow and the customer's ability to repay the loan over the agreed period. The credit risk can be fully assumed by the bank or partially syndicated to the market. A loan can be secured by assets of the borrower and / or it can be converted into shares or linked to shares. All details are negotiated with the customer on a case-by-case basis.

Eligible for funding: Large companies, SMEs indirectly via loans to selected commercial banks, which are supported by the EBRD through loans or stand-by agreements.

Origin of applicant: DAC countries in Europe and ACP countries

Funding area: Investment project

Funding amount: Loans for larger projects usually start at a minimum of € 3 million and go up to € 250 million. The average amount is € 25 million. Projects too small to be funded directly by the EBRD can still benefit from the investments. The EBRD supports local commercial banks, which in turn lend to SMEs and communities. Instruments that may be available include lines of credit, bank-to-bank loans, standby credit facilities, and equity stakes in local banks.

Running time: from short term to 15 years

Funding area: DAC countries in Europe, Central Asia and North Africa, see list.

Branch: All industries with the exception of those listed in the EDFI exclusion list.

Aim: Clearly defined standards determine the work of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). This includes developing a solid investment climate based on an effective legal and regulatory framework.

Security: The EBRD typically requires the companies it finances to secure the loan with project assets. These may include: mortgages on fixed assets such as land, facilities and other buildings, mortgages on movable assets such as equipment, other business goods, assignment of hard currency and domestic currency revenues of the company, pledging of the sponsor's shares in the company, pledging of the company's bank accounts Company, assignment of the insurance policy and other contractual services of the company.

Interest rate: EBRD loans are based on current market rates and are given at competitive prices. The bank offers both fixed and floating rates (such as LIBOR).

Environmental review: In accordance with the mandate of the EBRD, the banks ensure that environmental issues are given due consideration in all projects. The EBRD is committed to promoting environmentally and socially acceptable and sustainable development across the spectrum of its activities. The projects it finances should be socially and environmentally sustainable, respect the rights of the workers and communities concerned, and be designed and implemented in accordance with applicable legal provisions and best international practices.

Application: Projects can be submitted using the following form: https://www.ebrd.com/eform/contact/1390580844322. To follow up on a submitted form, please contact the EBRD's Business Development Department on +44 20 7338 7168. After a successful inquiry and once a project has been submitted to the bank, the financial conditions can be discussed in detail with the bank staff.

Contact Person:

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
business development
Philip Ter Woort
Head of department
+44 20 7338 7168
newbusiness (at) ebrd.com

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