The International Monetary Fund will consider Greece's second bailout at a meeting tentatively scheduled for March 13, IMF board sources said on Saturday.
The meeting will discuss a proposed 130 billion euro bailout program for Greece and the IMF's financing contribution to the rescue package.
While the IMF has said it is still discussing how much money it will contribute, IMF and EU sources say it would likely include 13 billion euros in new money to Greece, in addition to the 9.9 billion euros that the IMF still has not disbursed from the first bailout.
Greece formally launched a bond swap offer to private holders of its bonds on Friday as part of the second rescue package.
(Reporting By Lesley Wroughton; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)