Daycoval III

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Project Number: 
BR3728A-03
Expected Consideration Date by the Board: 
11/11/2014
Date Posted: 
10/07/2014
Company: 
Banco Daycoval S.A.
Sponsoring Entity: 
Not applicable
Financing Requested: 
Loan of up to US$20 million
Sector: 
Financial Services
Location: 
São Paulo, Brazil
Country: 
Scope Objective: 

The project consists of a loan for US$20 million to Banco Daycoval S.A. The proceeds will be used to provide financing to eligible small and medium-size enterprises in Brazil for general corporate purposes, including working capital and revolving credit facilities. Eligible enterprises shall not exceed US$20 million in assets or yearly revenue.

Environmental Review: 

Environmental and Labor Issues:

This is a category FI-2 project according to the IIC’s Environmental and Social Sustainability Policy because the subprojects in the financial intermediary’s current or future portfolio present a medium risk. Banco Daycoval S.A. has attended the environmental training workshop for financial intermediaries offered by the IIC and is committed to keeping at least two employees on its staff who have attended that workshop. The bank has made assessment policies and procedures part of its credit evaluations, which enables it to subject each subproject to an environmental review and verify compliance with domestic environmental and labor laws, regulations, and standards as well as IIC environmental guidelines. As it has for previous operations with the IIC, the bank will continue to submit annual environmental reports spelling out the progress made and difficulties encountered in the implementation of these practices.