Co-financing

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Co-financing

A type of financing in which the different lenders agree to fund under the same documentation and security packages but may have different interest rates, repayment profiles, and terms.

Co-Financing

The act or practice in which two different lenders agree to finance a single project for a borrower. For example, two lenders may agree to extend loans to start a business. The co-financiers use the same information and documentation when executing this arrangement, but the loans may have different terms. See also: Cofinancing agreement.
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cofinancing in countries with the highest IVI score (group 3) was more
cofinancing. For the international cofinancing ratio, the result of the
cofinancing ratios and the performance of rural institutions and
low domestic cofinancing ratios were recorded more often in countries
between the international cofinancing ratio and the RSP score.
class = 1) on average attracted more international cofinancing, while
variability in international cofinancing ratios in countries with medium
institutional performance on the domestic cofinancing ratio (see annex
the negative effect of the RSP score on international cofinancing, the
Often the cofinancing amounts committed at project design were
the amounts of cofinancing disbursed at completion exceeded the planned
cofinancing. In either case, it is important to understand the