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    Ukraine: Promotional programme for municipalities // NRW.BANK promotes accommodation for refugees

    16 May 2022

    More and more people from Ukraine are leaving their home country because of the war. NRW.BANK has therefore relaunched its “NRW.BANK.Flüchtlingsunterkünfte” promotional programme for refugee accommodation. Since April 14, municipalities have been able to use this programme for the interest-free financing of initial accommodation for refugees.

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    BDB to help firms against rising inflation

    6 May 2022

    The Bulgarian Development Bank is offering small and medium-sized enterprises a new product to overcome the negative effects of the prolonged increase in inflation and rising prices of basic goods and services. The Programme provides working capital loans of up to BGN 200 thousand for companies that want to purchase raw materials at current prices and thus prevent higher costs in the future. This will help them to hold down the price of the final product they produce without anticipating a recent increase.

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    BDB / Business Honoris Causa Award for the Bank's social commitment

    5 May 2022

    At an official ceremony, the Bulgarian Development Bank was honoured with the Business Honoris Causa Award, a project of 24 Hours, for its support to healthcare facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Highly successful third transaction of the year for SFIL Group

    5 May 2022

    Following two first covered bond transactions issued by CAFFIL in January and April, SFIL Group successfully launched its third transaction of the year. The transaction was issued by SFIL, in euro, with an issuance volume of EUR 1 billion and a maturity of 10 years.

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    SID Bank / Presentation of the extended SEGIP program from EUR 100 million to EUR 220 million

    5 May 2022

    Representatives of SID Bank, the European Investment Fund (EIF) and fund managers presented new possibilities for equity financing within the extension of the SEGIP program at the House of the European Union in Ljubljana. The first SEGIP extension of EUR 20 million was adopted in July 2021 to establish a venture capital fund for technology transfer, and the second of EUR 100 million at the end of March to establish a venture capital fund for start-ups and private equity fund to finance succession in family businesses.

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