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Kumanovo, 09.07.2013 – The new MBDP credit lines earmarked for SMEs were presented in front of the members of the Economic Chamber of RM, Regional Chamber in Kumanovo. The presentation was delivered by Aleksandar Stanojkovski, Director of the MBDP credit and guarantee division.

In the presentation he especially pointed out the EIB credit line, loans for production/processing/export of agricultural products, pre-shipment financing, commodity credit line of the Republic of Italy (revolving fund), credit line for permanent working capital, criteria of the agricultural credit discount fund, and the credit line for support of small and medium-sized enterprises.

Also, in the presentation he informed the members about the factoring and the Bank services related to insurance of export and domestic receivables.

29.04.2013 - The fifth tranche in an amount of EUR 11.553.890 was disbursed and will support 42 projects. 75% of the funds will be used as investment loans with loan term of 8 years, and the remaining funds will be used as working capital loans with loan term of 3 years. 187 jobs are expected to be created with the realisation of these projects.

Projects shall be realized through Halkbank ad Skopje, Uni Banka ad Skopje, Komercijalna Banka ad Skopje, ProCredit Banka ad Skopje, NLB Tutunska Banka ad Skopje, Ohridska Banka ad Ohrid, TTK Banka ad Skopje, and Sparkasse Banka Makedonija ad Skopje.

MBDP has started preparations for the next tranche expected to be disbursed in June. 

Gostivar, 18.04.2013 – MBDP presented its credit lines as well as the export insurance and collection of receivables at the meeting held together with the Regional Chamber in Gostivar.

Presentation was delivered by Aleksandar Stanojkovski, Director of the MBDP credit and guarantee division and Darko Stefanovski, Director of credit insurance division. Representatives of more than thirty companies attended the presentation. They expressed positive opinions about the presentation which was organized in cooperation with the Economic Chamber of Macedonia and, also, took active part by asking questions about all aspects of the MBDP services. Representatives of the Bank provided extensive explanations and answers to all questions.

04.03.2013 – MBDP withdrew the fourth tranche in an amount of EUR 17,544,675 which will provide support to 59 projects. 75% of the funds will be used as investment loans with loan term of 8 years, and the remaining funds will be used as working capital loans with loan term of 3 years. 358 new jobs are expected to be created with the realisation of these projects. Funds will be on-lent through Halkbank ad Skopje, Uni Banka ad Skopje, Stopanska Banka ad Bitola, ProCredit Banka ad Skopje, NLB Tutunska Banka ad Skopje, Ohridska Banka ad Ohrid, and Sparkasse Banka Makedonija ad Skopje.
The fifth tranche in an amount of EUR 11.553.890 is expected to be disbursed in April, 2013.

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