JSICB IPAK YULIStatus: Approved investment
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Who is our customer
JSICB Ipak Yuli Bank (“IYB”) is a mid-sized universal bank in Uzbekistan with focus on Micro, Small and Medium sized enterprises. The bank operates a network of 15 branches (80 points of sale) with 1,863 staff. IYB is an existing client of FMO since 2013.
What is our funding objective?
The purpose of the intended facility is to support and promote the increasing trade finance activities of the bank.
Why do we fund this investment?
The improving Uzbekistan economy offers increasing opportunities for trade finance. The bank is an existing FMO customer with a good track record. The proposed facility contributes to economic development in Uzbekistan.
What is the Environmental and Social categorization rationale?
The project has been categorised as Category C in accordance with FMO’s Sustainability Policy. The Project’s activities are deemed to have minimal or no adverse environmental and social risks and/or impacts. As part of the Project, the bank will be required to apply the EDFI Exclusion List and (Country) E&S laws and regulations.
|Date||Total FMO financing|
|5/11/2023||USD 50.00 MLN|
|1/6/2022||USD 15.00 MLN|
|6/28/2022||USD 5.00 MLN|
|2/26/2020||USD 15.00 MLN|
|8/13/2019||USD 20.00 MLN|
|10/15/2018||USD 5.00 MLN|
|8/20/2020||USD 15.00 MLN|
|1/29/2019||USD 5.00 MLN|
- Website customer/investment
- Europe & Central Asia
- Financial Institutions
- Effective date
- Total FMO financing
- USD 5.00 MLN
- FMO NV
Risk categorization on environmental and social impacts, A = high risk, B+ = medium high risk, B = medium risk, C = low risk
Environmental & Social Category
(A, B+, B or C)