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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Sarajevo, April 27 th 2010. Structure of Presentation. 1. Introduction to EBRD 2. EBRD in Bosnia and Herzegovina 3. Manufacturing and Services 4. Manufacturing and Services in Bosnia and Herzegovina – case studies 5. Agribusiness
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Reconstruction and Development Sarajevo, April 27th 2010
1. Introduction to EBRD
2. EBRD in Bosnia and Herzegovina
3. Manufacturing and Services
4. Manufacturing and Services in Bosnia and Herzegovina– case studies
6. Agribusiness in Bosnia and Herzegovina – case studies
6. Financing with EBRD – financing instruments and available programmes
7. EBRD contacts
Cumulative commitments (billions €)
Unaudited as at 30 September 2009
Regionalization of bankers to lead and support the M&S business on a regional basis
10 centers of excellence will be established to concentrate on industry expertise:
Chemicals and Petrochemicals
Pharmaceutical, Medical Equipment and Healthcare
Construction & Materials
Automotive & Parts
Forestry & PaperManufacturing and Services
SELECTED CORPORATE SECTOR INVESTMENTS:
Agricultural inputs& production
Primary & secondary processing
Retail &Food Service
Packaging & distribution
Investments along the value chain
Retail consolidation is happening but competition is healthy: higher competition in retail will create larger choices for suppliers and consumers.
Regional expansion: higher growth opportunities in western Balkan countries including higher brand recognition then in the EU as well as understanding of consumer preferences – establishing early entrance – subsidiaries or JV.
Strong processors are the key to a healthy sector; as they provide a sustainable market for agricultural products. A better legal and institutional framework is a must for farmers and processors to get the financing they need – e.g. introduction of warehouse receipts financing.EBRD and Agribusiness: sector views Potential responses
Projects with: Vitaminka (FYR Macedonia), Tikves (FYR Macedonia), Zdravje Radovo (FYR Macedonia), Vitalia (FYR Macedonia) Marbo (Serbia), Grand (Serbia), Droga Kolinska (Slovenia), Stark (Serbia) Agrokor (Croatia), Dukat (Croatia)
Growing local and international retailers
Projects with Idea (Serbia), VF Komerc (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Kaufland (regional), Billa (regional)
Processors such as edible oil, meat producers
- Projects with Victoria (Serbia), Boni (Bulgaria), Bimal (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
And most recently – Investments in primary agriculture (Agroinvest, Ukraine)EBRD and Agribusiness: sector viewsRecognised strategies of sub-sectors
Eligible investments: expansion, restructuring or acquisitions of existing private businesses
Eligible sectors: wide range of sectors (exceptions weapons, liquors and tobacco).
Size of investments: Individual investment range from € 1 million to € 10 million
Target Stake: in the range of 20 to 35% of the capital of the company
Time horizon: a period of 3 to up to 8 years
Western Balkans Sustainable Energy Direct Financing Facility (WBSEDFF)
Eligible investments: industrial energy efficiency and small renewable energy projects
Eligible companies : local privately-owned companies. In the case of renewable energy projects operated under a concession arrangement, the concession has to be acquired in a competitive tender.
Size of investments:Loans range from €1 million to €6 million
Time horizon: up to 12 yearsSpecial available programmes