The EIB in Poland
EIB financing in Poland amounted to EUR 4.4 billion in 2016. Infrastructure claimed 42% of the lending total, with a further 33% supporting Polish SMEs and midcaps. 18% benefited environmental projects and innovation investment claimed the remaining 7%. The EIB has invested more than EUR 25.6 billion in Poland over the past five years (2012-2016).
The total investment of the EIB Group (the European Investment Bank and the European Investment Fund) in Poland in 2016 was EUR 4.5 billion.
How a EUR 64 million framework loan from the European Investment Bank helped the West Pomerania region in Poland improve transport safety, upgrade its health services and protect the cultural heritage.
Poland’s third-largest city gets a big urban renewal project in a revitalized power plant. After years of economic decline, this historic centre of the textile industry got support from JASPERS, a technical assistance partnership managed by the EIB, to help the city become attractive again.
How to receive EIB support in Poland:
- For large projects, contact us directly either at head office or at our Warsaw office.
- For smaller projects (generally less than EUR 25m) contact our local partners.