Tag "International Finance Corporation (IFC)"

IFC Explores US$150 Million Loan for KB Kookmin’s Indonesia, Thailand Arm

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, is evaluating a US$150 million loan package for KB Finansia Multi Finance (FMF) in Indonesia and KB J Capital (KBJ) in Thailand. According to a disclosure accessed by

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IFC Invests US$150M to Propel MSME Growth in Indonesia, Thailand

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has partnered with KB Kookmin Card (KBC), a South Korean credit card issuer, to enhance financial access for small businesses in Indonesia and promote digital inclusion in Thailand. The financing agreement allocates a total of

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IFC, DBS Address Trade Finance Gap with US$500 Million Programme

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) and DBS Bank have unveiled a US$500 million financial initiative aimed at enhancing trade in emerging markets. This collaborative effort is part of IFC’s Global Trade Liquidity Programme (GTLP) and seeks to increase capital and

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13 Fintech Giants Back Programme Sirius to Promote MSME Sustainability in APAC

Programme Sirius has been launched to support Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSMEs) in the Asia-Pacific region on their path towards sustainability. With the backing of 13 fintech industry leaders from 11 economies, the programme aims to bolster MSMEs’ efforts

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IFC Invests US$23.8M in Thai Credit Bank to Support Women-Led MSMEs

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has made a substantial equity investment of up to US$23.8 million (THB 844 million) in Thai Credit Bank Public Company Limited to boost small business financing in the country with a particular focus on women-owned

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ACP, IFC, MAS, and Temasek Unite for Green Investments in SE Asia

The Allied Climate Partners (ACP), International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), and Temasek have joined forces to address the climate finance gaps in Asia, particularly Southeast Asia. The region requires approximately US$1.7 trillion annually in infrastructure

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