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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“EBRD”)
The EBRD has supported the microfinance industry in Romania by providing financing facilities that are then used by the beneficiaries for microcredit and by providing technical assistance. Patria Credit is one  of the beneficiaries of such a financing facility, also receiving support  in the framework of technical assistance programmes allowing the development of its own microfinance activity.

European Fund for Southeast Europe (“EFSE”)
EFSE is an investment fund that supports the development of public-private partnerships aimed at leading to the growth of the microfinance industry. Along with other players in the local market, Patria Credit has benefited from its funding and technical assistance over the past 4 years.

OIKO Credit
OIKO Credit has been a lender to the company for over 4 years. At the same time, it has been a strong partner in supporting the development of Patria Credit's microfinance business.

ResponsAbility is a long-standing partner of Patria Credit, one of the world's leading providers of funding to microfinance institutions in emerging economies. ResponsAbility acts as an efficient and reliable partner for microfinance institutions and banks providing micro, small and medium-sized enterprises. It has a strong network and in-depth knowledge of capital markets, hedging and structuring, and is thus able to offer a wide range of tailor-made financing solutions.

Developing World Markets (“DWM”)
DWM is a financial institution focused on providing financing to emerging markets. The funding provided by DWM has supported the development of Patria Credit's microcredit activity.

Overseas Private Investment Corporation (“OPIC”)
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) is an agency under the U.S. government that supports U.S. investment in emerging markets around the world. The agency provides medium- and long-term financing through direct loans and loan guarantees. OPIC funding has supported the growth of our microcredit activity.

International Finance Corporation("IFC")
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group. and Patria Credit have partnered to support access to finance for micro and small businesses in Romania, supporting sustainable economic growth.
IFC provided a loan of 36.6 million lei ($10.4 million) to Patria Credit, the largest non-bank microfinance institution in Romania.