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Mid-Sized companies receive support from Ceska Sporitelna and EIB

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Teaming up with the European Investment Bank (EIB), Ceska Sporitelna a.s. (CSAS) has introduced a new program to help develop mid-sized businesses in the Czech Republic. Thanks to support from the EIB, companies will now have access to much-needed finance to make the next step in their respective plans.

According to reports, new loans of €100 million will be made available with companies benefitting from 50% credit risk protection. As well as the two bodies mentioned, this project is also in support of ‘Horizon 2020’ from the European Union. With the extra finance available, working capital can increase which, in turn, will improve research and development for businesses in the mid-market.

EIB Vice President, Vazil Hudak, has said “Innovation is a driver of economic growth. Yet access to finance is scarce in this particular segment. Our latest operation with Česká spořitelna aims to at least partially remedy that.”

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