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Information note to the Financial Intermediaries Ref.:Call for Expression of Interest JER-004/2 (Lithuania)

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    Date: 19 August 2010 - 26 August 2010

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Increase in maximum obligor concentration limit for Funded Risk Sharing Financial Instrument transaction

Ref.: Call for Expression of Interest JER-004/2 Lithuania (launched on 05/03/2009, closed on 03/04/2009)

Please note that the EIF has changed the maximum obligor concentration limit from 1%, initially set in the Call for Expression of Interest JER-004/2 for Funded Risk Sharing Financial Instrument (“Call”), to 2% of total loan portfolio. This product feature was neither a selection nor evaluation criteria with an impact on the Financial Intermediaries selection result.


Should you have any comments regarding the above mentioned change, please submit them by ordinary post and by e-mail to both addresses mentioned below by no later than 26/08/2010, clearly justifying why the change in the maximum obligor concentration limit to 2% would have changed your strategy making you submitting the Expression of Interest for the Call.

The letter should be signed by the duly authorized person(s) and shall indicate the reference number of the Call (No. JER-004/2).


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