PJSC Bank Lviv has attracted funding from Triodos Investment Management (Netherlands) in the amount of EUR 5 million, the bank said on its website. “Dutch-based company Triodos Investment Management through its inclusive financial funds, namely Triodos Microfinance Fund and Triodos Sustainable Equity Fund, provides a credit line of EUR 5 million to Ukraine’s Bank Lviv. This line will strengthen the bank’s position in the credit financing of domestic micro and small businesses and the agrarian sector,” the report says.
Triodos Investment Management is a subsidiary of Triodos Bank.
As reported, this autumn Swiss-based asset management company responsAbility Participations AG (Zurich) acquired a 40.45% stake in Bank Lviv.
Bank Lviv was registered in 1991.
Bank Lviv ranked 39th among 82 banks operating in the country as of October 1, 2018 in terms of net assets (UAH 2.024 billion), according to the National Bank of Ukraine.