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EIB group financing reached EUR 1.1bn in Romania in 2016

  •  Date de publication: 01/03/2017
The EIB provided new loans worth EUR 1.04bn and the EIF – which together with EIB forms the EIB Group executed operations in Romania totalling EUR 61m in 2016. The EU bank financed priority public infrastructure investments under several 2014-2020 EU Operational Programmes, continued to support SMEs and midcap companies and helped to increase the energy efficiency of residential buildings in Bucharest. 

Sweden: EIB granted Ellevio a loan for network investment projects

  •  Date de publication: 01/03/2017
The EIB, has granted Ellevio a EUR 250 million loan facility to finance the company’s investments into a reliable and sustainable power network for customers and society. 

Poland: EIB finances modernisation of Szczecin and Świnoujście seaports

  •  Date de publication: 28/02/2017
The EIB has provided a PLN 163.5m (some EUR 38m) loan to Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority for investments improving the seaports’ nautical access and quay infrastructure. 

Poland: EIB provides loans in 2016 worth EUR 4.44 billion, including EUR 603 million under the Juncker Plan

  •  Date de publication: 27/02/2017
Poland is the biggest beneficiary of EIB loans among the Member States that joined the European Union in 2004, and the sixth biggest among all countries that receive EIB support. 

Sao Tomé-et-Principe : la Banque de l’UE finance la modernisation énergétique à Sao Tomé

  •  Date de publication: 23/02/2017
Américo Ramos, ministre des Finances, du Commerce et de l'Économie bleue de la République démocratique de Sao Tomé-et-Principe, a annoncé officiellement le plan de redressement du secteur de l’énergie, qui vise à mettre en place une réforme énergétique dans le pays. Ce projet comprend la réhabilitation et l’extension de la centrale hydroélectrique de Contador et la consolidation de la compagnie nationale Empresa de Agua e Electricidade de São Tomé e Príncipe (EMAE).

United Kingdom: £184 million EIB backing for Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund

  •  Date de publication: 22/02/2017
The British Business Bank has today launched its £400m Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF), aimed at boosting the North of England’s economy and helping the region’s businesses realise their growth potential. The EIB will provide £184 million for the new Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund.

Apply for Social Innovation Tournament 2017!

  •  Date de publication: 22/02/2017
You have until 1 March 2017 to apply for the Social Innovation Tournament 2017. Organised by the EIB Institute, this initiative recognises and supports the best European social entrepreneurs.

EU bank financing of EUR 546m to Croatia in 2016

  •  Date de publication: 22/02/2017
The EIB granted new loans worth EUR 530m and the European Investment Fund (EIF – together with EIB forming the EIB Group) implemented operations in Croatia amounting to EUR 16m in 2016. The Bank continued to support projects in the country focused on reducing disparities in regional development, strengthening economic competitiveness and improving citizens’ living standards and quality of life. 

Spain biggest recipient of EIB Group financing in EU in 2016

  •  Date de publication: 21/02/2017
The EIB presented today in Madrid the results of its activity in Spain in 2016. EIB Group financing in Spain last year totalled EUR 11 540 million, the highest amount in the European Union. This EUR 11 540 million financed 112 projects in all sectors of the Spanish economy. A large part of this financing – EUR 8 106 million – was dedicated to providing credit on favourable terms to around 100 000 Spanish firms employing 1 200 000 people.

EIB Group supported Slovakia with EUR 918m in 2016

  •  Date de publication: 20/02/2017
The EIB provided new loans totalling to EUR 874m and the European Investment Fund (EIF – building together with EIB the EIB Group) executed operations in Slovakia amounting to EUR 44m. The bank focused mainly on support to projects contributing to the sustainable growth, creation of new employment opportunities and on co-financing priority investments receiving support from EU funds.