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- A project finance institution to promote market economies
- Invests in more than 30 countries, from Central Europe to Central Asia
- Owned by 65 countries, the EU and the EIB
- Capital base: €20 billion
- Cumulative investments 1991-2011: €71.1 billion in 3,374 projects
More facts about the EBRD...
- The EBRD is the only transition bank in the world
- The EBRD is the first international financial institution of the post Cold War period.
- The EBRD is the world’s newest multilateral development bank
- The EBRD is the only IFI with an environmental mandate
- The EBRD began with eight countries of operations – today it has more than 30.
- Since it was created in 1991, the EBRD has now invested a total of over €71 billion on its own and a total of over €210 billion together with other public and private co-financiers. (as of 2011)
- In 1991, the EBRD had 301 staff representing 33 nationalities. Today, the EBRD has 1,492 staff representing 58 of the 64 Bank’s member countries.
- The EBRD has a capital base of €20 billion
- The EBRD itself became a source of donor funding through the Shareholder Special Fund (SSF), established in May 2008.
- The EBRD has a network of 38 offices in 35 countries. More than half our bankers are based in the region.
Last updated 19 May 2014