Ukraine Measures

Favourable liquidity loans and insurance policies as collateral for loans with premium subsidies
Loans for financing current operations
Interest rates as low as 0.50% on HBOR's sources, up to 90% of loan repayment risk covered

New liquidity loans

Entrepreneurs are offered HBOR’s favourable funds for liquidity finance, which are granted to entrepreneurs in cooperation with commercial banks under the risk sharing model or directly.

 

Working Capital CRISIS 2022 – Measure

Interest rate: 0.50% on HBOR’s share in the loan for the first three years of repayment

Manner of implementation and amount of loan:

  • Via 15 commercial banks under the risk sharing model – generally, HBOR’s share in the loan cannot be lower than EUR 135,000
  • Directly for loans of EUR 200,000

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Insurance of loans of up to 90% of principal amount and insurance premium subsidy

In order to ensure easier approval of favourable liquidity loans in cooperation with commercial banks and faster recovery of as many entrepreneurs as possible who are facing difficulties in business due to the negative impact of the consequences of the Russian aggression against Ukraine, new liquidity loan insurance programmes and insurance premium subsidies under these programmes have been introduced as a temporary measure to support the economy of the Republic of Croatia in accordance with the Temporary Crisis Framework of the European Commission.

 

Insurance of liquidity loans

HBOR launched the programme for the portfolio insurance of liquidity loans for exporters. The programme enables faster and easier approval of new funds for the maintenance of liquidity of exporters and indirect exporters (exporters’ suppliers) as HBOR provides insurance of up to 90% of the principal amounts of approved loans included into the portfolio by the banks.

For entrepreneurs and loans, to which the model of portfolio insurance of liquidity loans for exporters does not apply, a possibility has been introduced to approve individual insurance of loans.

 

Premium cost subsidy

Exporters and indirect exporters (exporters’ suppliers) who do not have overdue liabilities based on public contributions, as borrowers who are insured under the above-mentioned insurance programmes, can use the option of insurance premium subsidy that partially or entirely covers the insurance premium costs.