Starting from 16 April 2020, the Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank, with the support of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL), offers a liquidity loan combined with a guarantee. The program is aimed at companies in agriculture including viticulture and horticulture, forestry, fishing and aquaculture, who are suffering from the consequences of the corona pandemic and do not dispose of sufficient collateral.Read more
In July 2019, NWB Bank, together with almost the entire Dutch financial sector, has committed itself to report on the climate impact of its loan portfolio from 2020 onwards. Immediately afterwards the bank set to work on this, resulting in the fact that the bank has calculated the CO2(eq) emisisons of 93% of its loan portfolio.Read more
Zagrebačka banka, Privredna banka Zagreb, OTP banka and Slatinska banka signed with HBOR the Portfolio Insurance Agreement for Exporters’ Liquidity Loans – COVID-19. These banks, together with Erste banka and Hrvatska poštanska banka that signed the Agreement a few days ago, enabled the granting of altogether more than HRK 5,2 billion in liquidity loans covered by HBOR’s insurance.Read more
In addition to credit lines and guarantees amounting to 1 billion euros, the ICF and the European Commission are setting up a new 70 million euro financing solution, funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), to help Catalan SMEs affected by the pandemic to cover their liquidity needs.Read more
This covered bond transaction issued by CAFFIL with a volume of EUR 1 billion and a maturity of 5 years is the second transaction by SFIL Group under social bond format financing public hospitals, following the inaugural transaction in February 2019.Read more
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