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EBRD financing for women-led businesses in Serbia2017-01-12 source own
In Serbia, it was recently announced that the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) would be investing in women-led businesses and the second phase of this can now be seen with a €5 million loan to UniCredit Bank Serbia. Once received, this money will be made available for SMEs that have women leaders.
As a member of the UniCredit Group, UniCredit Bank Serbia has strong ties with the rest of Europe. In fact, the bank is the third largest in the country when assessing assets. In terms of profit, it rises into second place.