Harness debt instruments to drive impact
A long-term impact mindset leads to sustainable development outcomes.
Our evergreen debt funds aim to achieve impact, by driving financial inclusion, job growth, and economic improvement, in emerging markets.
Limited access to financial resources is still an ongoing issue for under-served segments such as micro, small and medium enterprises and project specific funding such as renewable energy or sustainable agriculture. Debt funds fill this gap by providing dedicated long-term debt facilities to financial institutions – which then in turn onlend – or directly to corporates and specific projects.
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Our funds in this sector
GEL equivalent of USD 20 million loan facility to Bank of Georgia
GGF extended a USD 20 million facility to Bank of Georgia in 2021. The loan was issued in Georgian lari. Exchange risk is covered by L shares, a mechanism which removes exposure to FX risks for partner institutions, which has been funded by the EU and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. The Bank will on-lend the proceeds to corporate and small and medium clients to advance green investments in construction, manufacturing, food processing as well as hospitality sectors.
USD 40 million senior loan to Unifin in partnership with Calvert
eco.business Fund extended a USD 40 million loan to Unifin, a Mexican non-bank financial institution, in 2021. This investment was made in partnership with Calvert Impact Capital, which extended a senior loan of USD 5 million. The funding is helping finance sustainable crop production under protected agriculture, water harvesting and treatment systems, among others, and is supporting the development of Unifin's sustainability strategy.
Equivalent of USD 10 million loan facility to TBC Bank
EFSE extended a USD 10 million facility to TBC Bank in 2021. The loan was issued in Georgian lari. The exchange risk is covered by L-shares, a funding mechanism which removes exposure to FX risks for partner institutions. The Bank will on-lend to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and finance traditionally underserved groups such as rural businesses, as well as female and young entrepreneurs in Georgia.
EUR 10 million senior loan facility to Arab Tunisian Lease
SANAD extended a EUR 10 million senior loan facility to Arab Tunisian Lease (ATL), a Tunisia-based leasing company, in 2021. ATL will provide leasing services to small businesses, including in remote areas, supporting this underserved group in continuing their operations despite the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis.
USD 20 million senior loan to Banco Davivienda
In 2020, eco.business Fund extended a USD 20 million senior loan to Banco Davivienda in Costa Rica. The investment aims to promote the use of responsible environmental practices within Costa Rica’s main productive segment, the agribusiness sector.
For already 60 years, our mission as a sustainable Dutch bank has been to foster environmental and social sustainability. Our investment in funds advised by Finance in Motion gives us the opportunity to drive this ambition and have a global impact.Ronald Zeeman
Senior Account Manager Sustainable Project Finance, ASN Bank
It’s critical that we move more capital, more quickly to address our shared social and environmental challenges; Finance in Motion advised funds allow us to support innovative financing solutions that address climate change [and micro- and small-business financing gaps] and to do so efficiently and effectively.Catherine Godschalk
VP Investments, Calvert Impact Capital
“We drive social and ecological change through our investments in funds advised by Finance in Motion. The funds’ holistic approaches to creating impact are aligned with our approach as the first sustainable bank in Germany.”
GLS Bank, Germany
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