We work to promote sustainable growth and job creation by supporting our priority objectives which include support to small businesses, backing innovation and skills, investing in infrastructure and financing essential environmental and climate friendly projects.
We are active across a wide range of economic sectors from energy to transport, health to education and much more besides. Our sector pages contain information on our lending approach in individual sectors, and eligibility criteria which projects should meet to access EIB financing.
European Union Member States receive about 90% of our financing, but we also work with more than 150 other partner countries in support of EU external assistance policy.
Our database has a breakdown by country, region and sector for:
Late on the night of June 13, 2015, one million cubic metres of mud had slid into the Vere, damming it in two places.There were 19 dead and 22,000 of Tbilisi’s 1.1 million people were without electricity. Hippos and jaguars escaped from the zoo to roam the streets. One man was mauled to death by a tiger. Among the quickest to react was the European Investment Bank, which has been ramping up investment in Georgia over the last couple of years.