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First Productive Business Financing Program
The general objective of the first program under the CCLIP is to help improve the productivity of smaller enterprises through financing channeled by Bancóldex. The specific objectives are to: (i) increase productive financing for smaller enterprises; (ii) scale up financing for investments by smaller enterprises in energy efficiency projects; and (iii) contribute to the creation of a financing market for smaller enterprises in the orange economy.

Project Detail



Project Number


Approval Date

December 11, 2019

Project Status


Project Type

Loan Operation





Lending Instrument

Préstamo de Inversión

Lending Instrument Code



GCR (Global Credit Operation)

Facility Type


Environmental Classification

Uncategorized Directive B.13

Total Cost

USD 90,000,000.00

Country Counterpart Financing

USD 30,000,000.00

Original Amount Approved

USD 60,000,000.00

Financial Information
Operation Number Lending Type Reporting Currency Reporting Date Signed Date Fund Financial Instrument
4939/OC-CO Sovereign Guaranteed USD - United States Dollar Ordinary Capital Flexible Financing Facility
Operation Number 4939/OC-CO
  • Lending Type: Sovereign Guaranteed
  • Reporting Currency: USD - United States Dollar
  • Reporting Date:
  • Signed Date:
  • Fund: Ordinary Capital
  • Financial Instrument: Flexible Financing Facility

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Implementation Phase
CO-L1228 First period Jan-Jun 2023 - Public Report.PDF
Published Jan. 26, 2024
CO-L1228 EFAS corte 31dic22.pdf
Published Aug. 11, 2023
CO-L1228 Second period Jan-Dec 2022 - Public Report.PDF
Published Jul. 28, 2023
CO-L1228 First period Jan-Jun 2022 - Public Report.PDF
Published Feb. 08, 2023
Contrato de Garantía - Primer Programa para el Financiamiento Empresarial Productivo.pdf
Published Sep. 23, 2022
CO-L1228 Second period Jan-Dec 2021 - Public Report.PDF
Published Aug. 12, 2022
4939-OC-CO EFA 31dic21.pdf
Published May. 19, 2022
CO-L1228 First period Jan-Jun 2021 - Public Report.pdf
Published Feb. 20, 2022
CO-L1228 Second period Jan-Dec 2020 - Public Report.pdf
Published Jul. 20, 2021
4939-OC-CO EFA 31dic20.pdf
Published Jun. 08, 2021
CO-L1228 First period Jan-Jun 2020 - Public Report.pdf
Published Mar. 09, 2021
CO-L1228 Second period Jan-Dec 2019-Public Report.pdf
Published Aug. 24, 2020
Primer Programa para el Financiamiento Empresarial Productivo.pdf
Published Nov. 19, 2020
GEF CReW+. An Integrated Approach to Water and Wastewater Management Using Innovative Solutions and Promoting Financing Mechanisms in the Wider Caribbean Region.pdf
Published Dec. 20, 2019
First Productive Business Financing Program.pdf
Published Dec. 20, 2019
Colombia CCLIP para el Financiamiento Empresarial Productivo y primer prestamo individual - CO-L1228 y CO-O0004.pdf
Published Nov. 26, 2019
Colombia CCLIP for Productive Business Financing and First Individual Loan under the CCLIP - CO-L1228 CO-O0004.pdf
Published Nov. 26, 2019
Conditional Credit Line for Investment Projects (CCLIP) CO-O0004.pdf
Published Dec. 20, 2019
Preparation Phase
Perfil de Proyecto - CCLIP Programa de Financiamiento Empresarial para la Innovación Creativa (CO-O0004 - CO-L1228).pdf
Published May. 13, 2019
Other Documents
COLOMBIA. Perfil de Proyecto - CO-L1228.pdf
Published May. 20, 2019

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Published 2021
Analysis of External Climate Finance Access and Implementation: CIF, FCPF, GCF and GEF Projects and Programs by the Inter-American Development Bank
In response to the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the IDB Group Board of Governors endorsed the target of increasing climate-related financing in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) from 15% in 2015 to 30% of the IDB Groups combined total approvals by 2020. Currently, the IDB Group is on track to meet this commitment, as in 2018, it financed nearly US$5 billion in climate-change-related activities benefiting LAC, which accounted for 27% of total IDB Groups annual approvals. In 2019, the overall volume and proportion of climate finance in new IDBG approvals have increased to 29%. As the IDB continues to strive towards this goal by using its funds to ramp-up climate action, it also acknowledges that tackling climate change is an objective shared with the rest of the international community. For the past ten years, strategic partnerships have been forged with external sources of finance that are also looking to invest in low-carbon and climate-resilient development. Doing this has contributed to the Banks objective of mobilizing additional resources for climate action while also strengthening its position as a leading partner to accelerate climate innovation in many fields. From climate-smart technologies and resilient infrastructure to institutional reform and financial mechanisms, IDB's use of external sources of finance is helping countries in LAC advance toward meeting their international climate change commitments. This report collects a series of insights and lessons learned by the IDB in the preparation and implementation of projects with climate finance from four external sources: the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF), the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF). It includes a systematic revision of their design and their progress on delivery, an assessment of broader impacts (scale-up, replication, and contributions to transformational change/paradigm shift), and a set of recommendations to optimize the access and use of these funds in future rounds of climate investment. The insights and lessons learned collected in this publication can inform the design of short and medium-term actions that support “green recovery” through the mobilization of investments that promote decarbonization.
Published 2021
Nature-based Solutions in Latin America and the Caribbean: Support from the Inter-American Development Bank
Governments across Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) face challenges in extending and maintaining infrastructure to serve their populations, especially as climate change and ecosystem degradation endanger communities and infrastructure assets across the region. To help address these challenges, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) aims to increase its support of Nature-based Solutions (NBS) in accordance with the banks 2020 Environmental and Social Sustainability Mainstreaming Action Plan. This Issue Brief serves two main functions. First, it describes IDB's growing focus on NBS and provides a tour of IDBs main offerings regarding NBS project support and investment. Second, it serves as a baseline of IDBs activities related to NBS from which the bank and partners can build upon moving forward. Going forward, IDB will ramp up support for clients to incorporate NBS considerations and opportunity analysis in country agreements and throughout all stages of project preparation, from investment identification to execution.
Published 2021
Investing in Sustainable Infrastructure in Latin America: Instruments, Strategies and Partnerships for Institutional Investors Mobilization
Despite the significant challenges in mobilizing investors resources towards sustainable infrasctrure investments in Latin America and the Carribbean, an investment opportunity in low carbon and resilient assets exists and represents a critical step towards a sustainable economic recovery from the financial duress due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on health and economic systems of the region. This papers contribuition is two-fold: it attempts to estimate and size an ideal sustainable investable pipeline accross the region generated by several policies promoting public-private-partnerships (PPP) in the transport and energy sectors. Then it identifies and details different investment strategies and financial instruments available to institutional investors to invest in the region while mitigating the risks they perceived and hinder the mobilization of their resources. Such strategies discussed in the paper include: joint ventures with local counterparties, direct and active investments in the national markets, and/or access to markets via partnerships with development financial institutions.
Published 2023
Colaboración y alianzas para la financiación de la lucha contra el cambio climático
Durante más de diez años, el BID ha forjado alianzas estratégicas con fuentes externas de financiación para invertir en un desarrollo bajo en carbono y resiliente al clima. En 2022, el Directorio del BID aprobó más de 500 millones de dólares de fondos externos procedentes de los Climate Investment Funds (CIF, por sus siglas en inglés), el Fondo Verde para el Clima (GCF, por sus siglas en inglés) y el NDC Pipeline Accelerator (ACL). Esta cifra puede parecer bastante significativa, sin embargo, la Agencia Internacional de la Energía establece que 4 billones de dólares anuales será el coste para llegar a cero emisiones netas en 2050.
Published 2023
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Published 2023
Understanding Income Disparities: The Role of Firm-Embedded Productivity
Productivity has long been recognized as a key determinant of global income disparities between countries. Recent studies suggest that around half of the differences in income per capita can be attributed to productivity variations. However, the question arises: what factors contribute to aggregate productivity? One prevailing view suggests that aggregate productivity is influenced by firm-embedded
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Comprender la desigualdad de ingresos: el papel de la productividad empresarial
La productividad ha sido reconocida durante mucho tiempo como un determinante clave que moldea las disparidades de ingresos entre países. Estudios recientes sugieren que cerca de la mitad de las diferencias en los ingresos per cápita pueden atribuirse a diferencias en la productividad. Sin embargo, surge la pregunta: ¿qué factores contribuyen a la productividad agregada?
Published 2023
Skills: The New Push to Attract Investment 
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Published 2023
El valor de la infraestructura de transporte: ¿cómo medir sus impactos indirectos?
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¿Deberían los países de América Latina y el Caribe reducir los impuestos a la renta corporativa para estimular la inversión y el crecimiento?
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