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EIB at a glance

EIB at the European Development Days – tackling inequality

We help make sure no one is left behind. See how our investments create opportunities around the world for entrepreneurs, rural communities, women and youth at stand 94 in the EDD Global Village.

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Opportunity Delivered: 2018 EIB Activity Report

Read about people who work at the bank, investors who buy bonds and people around the world who benefit from EIB's projects in our latest Activity Report.

EU bank joins with Bill Gates to increase innovation in energy

EIB Vice-President Fayolle, European Commissioner Moedas and Bill Gates launched a €100 million clean energy innovation fund to help European start-ups get off the ground.

Three things you need to know from the World Circular Economy Forum

The third World Circular Economy Forum in Helsinki brought together leaders from business, policy making, research and innovation.

Irish social housing – transforming lives of people priced out of rental market

The EU bank helps provide safe and energy efficient homes to lower income populations.

I Got a Job: Personal stories on how the Bank helps people’s careers.

When we finance a project, we create jobs. Read one story from each EU country and learn how our loans help people get ahead.

The Investment Plan for Europe at a glance

The Investment Plan for Europe at a glance

InvestEU: Everything is on track for Polish railway

A single-track train runs from the Polish-Ukrainian border to industrial sites in Upper Silesia, transporting goods from Russia and potentially China. Watch how an EIB loan backed by the Juncker Plan modernised this railway.

See it on the map
Take a look at a selection of projects that show how the Investment Plan for Europe is making the European Union more competitive.

The latest results
The Investment Plan for Europe continues to mobilise investment to boost the European economy in a sustainable way.

The European Investment Fund at a glance

The European Investment Fund at a glance

The Makesense fund is dedicated to social and environmental start-ups

The fund will invest €50 000 to €150 000 each in start-ups that have high impact and growth potential. Three women co-founded the fund.

€80 million for small businesses in Sweden

DBT Företagslån, a Swedish private lender, signed a deal with the EIF to offer loans at favourable terms to small Swedish companies.

€500 million for green and digital projects in France

Two major deals signed with HSBC France will significantly increase lending in energy transition and innovation in France.

Latest publications

EIB Activity Report 2018

Read about people who work at the bank, investors who buy bonds and people around the world who benefit from EIB's projects in our latest Activity Report.

EIB Annual Report 2018 on Advisory Services

From helping Romania modernise its health care system to bringing clean drinking water to communities in Jordan, EIB Advisory Services help project promoters to tackle their challenges.

The Big Ideas series presents “Food for change”

This month features an essay by the Italian chef Massimo Bottura on his drive to reduce food waste and help the vulnerable parts of society.

Why are female entrepreneurs missing out on funding?

This executive summary provides a short overview of access-to-risk-capital conditions for women-led and women-founded companies in Europe, the US and Israel.

Upcoming events

10 years of ELENA

Brussels – 20 June

European Council

Brussels – 20 to 21 June

Investing in the Future of Europe

Helsinki 26 June

Sustainable Finance

Brussels 27 June

Climate Risk Summit

London 2 July

UN High-Level Political Forum

New York City 9 to 18 July

Investing in future transport

Warsaw 12 September

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