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Partners for private and public sector

Partners for private and public sector

Partners for private and public sector

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The EIB cooperates with a wide range of financial intermediaries that offer products targeting small and medium-sized projects. We benefit from our partners’ expertise, local knowledge and proximity to the projects themselves.

Find our financial intermediaries closer to you! Please select your region, then your country.
  

  
Making a difference for smaller businesses:

Azkoaga Interiorismo, Spain

In Bilbao, budding interior designer Elisabete Azkoaga has been able to turn her dream of opening up her design ideas to a wider public thanks to the help of a EUR 15 000 loan from EIB partner bank, Microbank. After two years of working hard from home, Elisabete wanted to expand her business but lacked the necessary finance. 

Women’s microfinance: Culture change in Jordan

Women’s microfinance: Culture change in Jordan

What would you do with EUR
2 500? Bushra al-Obaidi made a new life. Struggling to put food on the table for her family, she took a loan from the Microfund for Women and created a thriving handicraft shop in the centre of Amman, the Jordanian capital. “I like having independence,” she says.

Africa venture capital: Turbo-charging economic development

Africa venture capital: Turbo-charging economic development

On the outskirts of Nakuru, Kenya, Isahia Alilubun checks his mobile phone. “We have received money through a simple text message,” he says. There was no need to go to the bank, something of a trek for him--and a trek not guaranteed to get him what he needs.



* This designation is without prejudice to the positions expressed by the EU Member States on Kosovo’s status and is in line with United Nations Security Council Resolution No. 1244/1999 and the International Court of Justice Opinion of 22 July 2010 on Kosovo’s declaration of independence.

** This designation shall not be construed as recognition of a State of Palestine and is without prejudice to the individual positions of the Member States on this issue.




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