EBRD - MUNICIPAL FINANCE FACILITY
Loans and grants for banks in order to facilitate their funding actions to municipalities
|Updated||Amount ?Global budget||Duration||Budget line?Reference code of this programme on "Draft General Budget of the EU for the financial year 2014"||Legal basis?European legal reference for this grant to download|
|06 February 2014||Global budget: not communicated||Not specified||Plus de détails||Plus de détails|
This fund is a framework programme, organised in different strands (sub-programmes)
AbstractLoans and grants for banks in order to facilitate their funding actions to municipalities
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The Municipal Finance Facility is an initiative of the EBRD and the European Commission to develop and stimulate commercial bank lending to small and medium-sized municipalities and their utility companies (SMMs) in EU Accession countries joining the EU in 2004.
* Stimulate willingness of banks to lend to SMMs.
* Enhance abilities of banks ... Plus de détails
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