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The EIB in Croatia

EIB loans in Croatia came to a total amount of EUR 535 million in 2014, its second year of full EU Membership. 95% of this figure went to sustaining Croatia’s SMEs and midcaps. Over the past five years (2010-2014), we have invested EUR 2.3 billion in the Croatian economy. Most of this (76%) has gone to SMEs, while and water, sewerage, solid waste and urban development projects (11%) and transport and telecommunications (9%) have also been notable beneficiaries.




Going solar in the Adriatic

Croatia’s sun-drenched islands benefit from some of the highest levels of insolation in Europe. The Green for Growth Fund, Southeast Europe – one of the EIB’s climate action financing partners – supports solar solutions in the country that generate green electricity along with a sustainable return for investors.


The boat that rocked Croatia

To support the blossoming tourism sector in Croatia we backed the Adriatic Cruise Line with a loan of EUR 850 000 from our partner bank, the Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development (HBOR) to complete the acquisition of a Belgian-built 45m vessel the MS Sea Star, Croatia’s largest event ship. The ship is made for exclusive day and night-time cruises as well as one-day business meetings, conferences and presentations.





How to receive EIB support in Croatia:

  • For large projects, contact us directly at head office.
  • For smaller projects (generally less than EUR 25m) contact our local partners.


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