EIB turns to securitization for green finance, SME relief

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By Tom Brown
19 May 2020

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has invested in a Portuguese RMBS collateralised by green assets as part of a wider ESG programme. The group has also revealed details of its significant risk transfer (SRT) programme designed to support SME loans during the lockdowns.

The project consists of a multi-beneficiary intermediated loan (MBIL) to Union de Creditos Inmobiliarios (UCI), which originated a new portfolio of loans in line with EIB requirements. The EIB invested in the senior tranche of the Portuguese deal Green Belém No 1.

“The debt financing, made available ...

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