The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Zagrebačka banka d.d. (ZABA) have signed a guarantee agreement that will enable the Croatian bank to issue up to €300 million in new loans to its clients. The transaction is aimed at Croatian mid-caps and public sector entities and will have a partial focus on sustainability. 20% of the total value of the lending portfolio that ZABA will create is earmarked for investments in alternative sustainable energy sources and in energy efficiency projects for existing commercial and public buildings.
ING and the EIB have strengthened their long-term partnership by making over €600 million available for new loans and leases to small and medium-sized businesses in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. Half of this sum will go to corporate clients of ING in the Netherlands and the other half to corporate clients of ING in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Netherlands-based provider of autonomous charging solutions for electric transport Rocsys BV has signed a €18 million quasi-equity deal with the European Investment Bank (EIB). The agreement will provide Rocsys with financing to accelerate the development and deployment of its second and third generation autonomous robotic charging solutions over the 2023-2025 period. Rocsys’ investment plans for this period will focus both on hardware and software technology development, as well as testing equipment. The EIB financing for the project is made possible with the support of the InvestEU programme, which aims to mobilise over €372 billion in additional investment for EU policy priorities over the period 2021-2027.