MFB calls tender for 200 more partner points

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The state-owned Hungarian Development Bank (MFB) has called a tender to add 200 partner points to its network around the country, the lender told Hungarian news agency MTI. MFB already has 442 partner points.

The deadline for signalling interest in participating in the tender is December 13. 

The first partner points were set up by a consortium of state-owned Budapest Bank and members of savings cooperative integrator SZHISZ, namely Takarékbank, B3 Takarék Szövetkezet and FHB.

MFB aims to make access to European Union funding easier for small businesses by establishing the partner points.

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