Overview of benefits such as: “Name(s) of FI to indicate the customer`s liabilities or the value of the participating loan of the loan or investment on the value of the loan or investment of the customer on the value of the loan or investment”, interest rate, grace period “price per share” (if applicable) – location of the beneficiary – total amount of FF fees, broken down by source `repayment of loans` disbursement of loans or risk capital: the financial intermediary must prove the success of a financing operation by the payment of an initial loan or an injection of risk capital. Proof of payment in the form of a written certificate from the IF or the financier must be submitted to the project before this delivery can be considered completed. The Project may, in its sole discretion, request additional documentation on a particular transaction before delivery is certified. All services and other documents must be provided to David Huezo, Manager of Expanded Access to Finance for MSMEs. 3. Progress reportsThe financial intermediary must provide quarterly progress reports, informing project staff of the status of each ongoing financing/investment agreement. Financial facilities may include, but are not limited to: a. identification of financial institutions potentially interested in financing targeted MSM entities; (b) the development of MSME customer loyalty letters and their presentation in the draft licence. developing a business plan (if applicable) and activating loan or equity applications on behalf of an MSMM or project client in the MSME sector; d.

Preparation and submission of proposals for each IF attracted by MSMEs and the project client company in the MSM sector. Hold meetings with credit advisors/committees and negotiate credit terms with FIs; Combine the project`s client companies with private quasi-investment investors and facilitate share/quasi-share trading in the client company`s activities on their behalf. (Bonds convertible into shares and other labour market options examined by the FF provider and accepted by the beneficiary).2. Debt restructuring, which may include: a. Conducting a situation analysis by integrating the MSME entity or the client planning company in the MSME sector as part of a dialogue on term loans.b. Present the agreed structure that describes the financial difficulties of the client company and obtain a possible solution with the .c IF. Negotiate new credit management terms that are fair, reasonable and acceptable to MSMEs or the project client company in the MSME sector. Facilitate access to other financial products, such as the financing of inventory credits and storage inputs, and the interface between the IF that generates inventory credits, and the negotiation of a fair and reasonable agreement accepted by the client company.3 Assessment of the internal management systems of project finance companies to identify gaps in capacity building.

Identify the capacity building needs of the financial institutions or financial intermediary itself required for the transaction. This capacity building can be provided by the project. SCOPE OF DELIVERY3. Msmel`s financial intermediary must submit a customer commitment letter signed by FF and the MSMEs it wishes to assist with the approval of the Party Leader (COP) or DCOP before participating in any service (including services) as described above. These reports shall be submitted in an appropriate format. The information shall include: a. Name of organization/customer b. . . .