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The Netherlands is the largest contributor to the multi-donor Early Transition Countries Fund and also contributes to the European Western Balkans Joint Fund (EWBJF) establishment under the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF). Through these funds the Netherlands is supporting private enterprises, sound governance and improvements in infrastructure.
The Netherlands is a founding member of the EBRD, with a 2.48 per cent capital share and a representative on the Board of Directors.
|Donor funds||€127 million|
|Dutch - EBRD investments||€13.7 billion|
|Loans to Dutch financial institutions||€45 million|
The Netherlands is an important partner for the EBRD as both a technical cooperation (TC) and a grant provider. Since 1992 the Netherlands has contributed more than €127 million bilaterally for TC assignments. Contributions come from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Ministry of Environment.
The Netherlands is one of the main sources of foreign direct investment in EBRD countries of operations. The value of joint Netherlands-EBRD investment stood at €13.66 billion as of January 2012. EBRD finance accounted for €8.48 billion and Dutch investment accounted for €5.18 billion.
The majority of these deals was in the private sector.
Consultancy services and procurement
In 2011, Dutch consultants won 46 contracts totalling €4.77 million for projects in sustainable energy investments, transport, municipal infrastructure and natural resources sectors.
Cooperation with Dutch banks
The EBRD works closely with Dutch banks in its countries of operations in the context of the EU/EBRD Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME) Finance Facility. The Facility is channelled through local banks, leasing companies and equity funds. Dutch financial institutions have taken part in the Facility through Polish subsidiaries of ING and Rabobank.
Projects financed by the EBRD generate many tendering opportunitie s.
Donor funding helps the EBRD to address challenges
Office of the Board Director for the Netherlands and Mongolia
Paul Vlaanderen, Director
Tel: +44 20 7338 6432
Fax: +44 20 7338 6048