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How do we plan to make a difference in the next 3 years?

How do we plan to make a difference in the next 3 years?
Europe is changing. The EIB is changing with it. Here’s how we plan to support economic recovery and competitiveness for Europe from 2016 to 2018.

European Investment Advisory Hub has been launched!

European Investment Advisory Hub has been launched!
The Hub aims to strengthen Europe's investment and business environment. A collaboration between the EIB and the European Commission, it offers a single access point to a 360 degree offer of advisory and technical assistance services.

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Syrian refugee crisis: the EU’s bank calls for an ambitious response

President of the EIB Group Werner Hoyer is laying out how the EIB will support international efforts in Middle East and North African countries affected by the refugee crisis at the Supporting Syria & The Region London 2016 Conference. The activities of the EIB Group could be increased in partnership with donors to support economic opportunities, jobs, education and protection in the region.

 

EIB ready to support international efforts with ambition, EIB President tells BBC World Business Report

On the occasion of the Supporting Syria & The Region London 2016 Conference EIB Group President Werner Hoyer tells presenter Sally Bundock of BBC TV 's World Business Report how the EIB can support international efforts. Host countries like Jordan can expect economic support from the EU bank, to provide the infrastructure and financing required to ensure access to sustainable jobs, education and healthcare.
 

Finland: EUR 230m loan for Helsinki Airport expansion

The EIB is providing a EUR 230m loan to Finavia Corp., the Finnish airport operator, for the expansion of Helsinki Airport. This investment will enable the international hub to serve 20 million passengers by 2020. In 2015 the EIB financed projects in Finland to a record level of EUR 1.6bn.

 

Refugee housing and flood prevention among EUR 8bn of new projects approved

The EIB has approved EUR 8.2 billion of new loans to improve social infrastructure, strengthen competitiveness of EU companies and better protect vulnerable regions from a changing climate. The thirty-seven new projects to be supported by Europe’s long-term lending institution include EUR 3 billion to improve access to finance by small businesses across Europe, the Balkans, Turkey, central Asia and Africa.

 


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