EFSE

AcronymDefinition
EFSEEuropean Fund for Southeast Europe (Luxembourg)
EFSESelänpää (airport code; Finland)
EFSEEast Finchley School of English (est. 1988; UK)
EFSEEpicor for Service Enterprises
EFSEEarly Food Safety Evaluation
EFSEEntente Feurs/St.-Etienne (French wheelchair basketball club)
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The subordinated loan agreement between JSC Bank of Georgia and the EFSE has a maturity of 10 years and qualifies for tier two capital under the Basel Three framework introduced recently in Georgia.
EFSE plans to allocate a total of 61 million euros for the Eastern Partnership countries.
The European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE) is one of the largest investment funds specializing in development finance.
EFSE has 69 partner credit institutions in 15 countries including Macedonia.
CEO of Bank of Georgia, Irakli Gilauri, commented "I am delighted to join forces with EFSE to finance the micro and small enterprise businesses, which represent one of the most important contributors to the economic growth and job creation in Georgia.
The official website of EFSE reports that the loan is aimed at
IFC is providing Fibabanka with a $30 million senior loan with a five-year term from its own account, and is mobilizing a E15 million ($18.9 million) parallel loan from EFSE. Fibabanka's growth strategy in Turkey focuses on serving small and medium enterprises.
A new permanent crisis mechanism, the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) will be set up in the Euro Area in mid-2013, following expiry of the EFSE The ESM will be able to provide assistance to Euro Area member states in financial distress, conditional on the implementation of a strict economic and fiscal adjustment programme, in line with existing arrangements.
The European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE) is going to allocate 60 million euros to fund local financial institutions for long-term loans for micro and small businesses in Macedonia.
9 April 2010 - The European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE) said it is providing a EUR6m (USD8m) credit line to Intesa Sanpaolo Banka dd Bosna i Hercegovina, part of Italian banking group Intesa Sanpaolo SpA (BIT:ISP).