National Guarantee Fund EAD

1 Dyakon Ignatiy Str., Sofia, 1000
Bulgaria

+359 (2) 9306 317
+359 (2) 9306 240
info-ngf@bdbank.bg
http://www.ngf.bg

7Bulgarian Development Bank (BDB) is a financial institution 99.9%-owned by the Bulgarian state. It is the successor of Encouragement Bank established in 1999. Its focus is to support small and medium-sized enterprises. BDB is among the top four Bulgarian banks in terms of credit rating, rated BBB- by Fitch Ratings, the global credit rating agency. It is the only Bulgarian bank to provide financing via other credit institutions as well as direct financing. BDB is the best-positioned local bank to raise funds from international partners. Its subsidiary, the National Guarantee Fund, issues guarantees for bank loans to the non-financial sector.

Year of creation
individual entities or association
2008
Do you (your members) benefit of a public counter-guarantee that allows deponderation (capital relief)?No
Do your guarantees provide deponderation (capital relief) for member banks subject to capital requirements (Basel agreement)?No
Do you (your members) dispose of an internal rating/scoring system?Yes
Do you (your members) use..?
De minimis or GBER or Regional guidelines or Notification
No
Is the activity subject to state aid regulation?No
Types of guarantee products provided by your organisation/your membersLoan default guarantees, Working capital loan guarantees, Bridge financing loan guarantees, Leasing guarantees
Are you/your members financial intermediary for EU-programmes?
CIP/COSME or Structural funds or Progress or RSI/RSFF Horizon 2020
CIP/COSME and Structural Funds, EAFRD, EMFF
Do you benefit from a counter-guarantee at local, regional or national level?
Local level or Regional level or National level
No
Type of scheme
guarantee or counter-guarantee
Guarantee
Product typology
guarantee or counter-guarantee or co-guarantee
Guarantee
Profit / Non-profit oriented
dividends to public shareholders are not considered as profit orientation
Non profit oriented
Supervision statute
i.e. mono-product banking licenses, financial intermediary statute, non-supervised. For associations, please state statute of members
Financial intermediary statute
Size of businesses supported
i.e. large companies, SMEs, micro-enterprises, independent/self-employed
SMEs, Micro-enterprises
Sectorial focus
i.e. agriculture, industry, crafts, retail, liberal professions, cooperatives, etc.
Agriculture, Industry
Geographic coverage
i.e. local, regional, national
National
Structure / Network
i.e. central scheme with regional offices, central scheme only, association network
Central scheme only
Legal form
of single guarantee entity or association: i.e. fund, development bank, development agency, cooperative or mutual societies, bank, foundation, association, limited company, etc.
Limited company
Shareholder structure
Private / Public (in %)
100% public
Ownership
i.e. fully mutual, funded by SMEs, banking associations, fully public, fully private, private-public, mixed models
Private-public mixed models
Type of organization
National Promotional Bank (NPB), National Promotional Institution (NPI), Private, Mutual, Mixed
NPB

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