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Summary of Investment Information

This Summary of Investment Information (SII) is prepared by IFC to disclose a factual summary of the main elements of the potential investment. It also includes findings and recommendations related to environmental and social considerations regarding this potential investment. The purpose of the SII is to enhance the transparency of IFC’s activities. For any project documentation or data included or attached herein that has been prepared by the project sponsor, authorization has been given for public release by the project sponsor. IFC considers that this SII is of adequate quality for release to the public, but has not necessarily independently verified all of the project information therein.
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Project number 31891
RegionLatin America and the Caribbean
Latin America Region
SectorA-AJ - Other
Environmental categoryFI2
Date SPI disclosedOctober 31, 2012
Projected board dateDecember 4, 2012
Last Updated DateNov-22-2015
Previous EventsInvested: May 31, 2013
Signed: May 10, 2013
Approved: December 6, 2012
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Project Description
AMERRA Capital Management, LLC, (AMERRA) is an investment fund manager, focused on providing customized agriculture-focused and commodity-based finance solutions throughout the Americas to producers, processors, distributors and traders. AMERRA has about US$600 million in assets under management across five funds and accounts.

After successful deployment of investor capital through several funds during 2009-2012, AMERRA is in the process of raising additional equity for the AMERRA Agri Fund II, LP (AMERRA Fund II) which will provide a broader range of finance solutions to its existing and new clients, especially longer loan maturities than it has not been able to provide up until now. The proposed project entails IFC making about US$50 million of credit available to AMERRA Fund II for up to 5 years, leveraging the capital it will have to lend (the Project).

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