The EBRD increased its support for local currency financing in Turkey to a third of its total investment in the country in 2018, a particularly challenging year when an economic slowdown and a dramatic currency depreciation affected many private sector companies.
On Thursday 03 January 2019, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), rated Aaa (Moody’s) / AAA (S&P) / AAA (Fitch), issued its debut EUR-denominated Green Bond benchmark, a 5-year €600 million Global transaction.
The EBRD is strengthening access to local currency loans for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) by signing a credit line with Enda Tamweel, the largest microfinance institution in Tunisia.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), in partnership with the European Union(EU) and Italy, is helping to strengthen small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Egypt by improving their competitiveness and establishing stronger value chains.
Five years after the start of the events that changed the political course of Ukraine, reformers and main donors supporting the change process will gather in Kiev on Thursday to collectively reflect on the progress achieved to date and discuss ways to deepen the reforms towards a prosperous future.
The EBRD and Waterfall Asset Management are joining B2Holding in investing in an non-performing loan (NPL) portfolio originated by Alpha Bank, a leading Greek lender. The EBRD’s portion will be €25 million.
Private businesses, including energy service companies (ESCO) and municipalities will benefit from wider access to finance thanks to a €15 million loan that the EBRD is providing to Banca Intesa, the largest bank in Serbia. The loan will be on-lent for energy efficiency investments.
1500 cows is a lot of cows. But if you want to produce fresh milk in Morocco – a hot country which grows little feed – you need scale. Otherwise local fresh milk cannot compete with imported milk powder. For that same reason, you also need a resource-efficient operation.
Following the adoption of a new country strategy for Uzbekistan, the EBRD is providing funds for the development of sustainable solutions for the municipal and power infrastructure sectors in the country.
Trade Ready, a new EBRD trade support initiative, was introduced in Georgia today to benefit the country’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) working to improve their competitiveness to succeed in international markets.