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The financial institutions strategy sets out the general strategic and operational role of the EBRD in this sector and establishes the overall framework for the Bank’s activities.
The Bank’s initial response to the global financial crisis focused primarily on the banking sector. Initiatives such as the Joint IFI Action Plan and the Vienna Initiative have played a timely role in averting a systemic banking sector and currency collapse in the region.
The financial institutions strategy builds on lessons learnt from the crisis.
Key lessons for the Bank include:
The twin objectives of the financial institutions strategy are to deal with the legacy of the crisis and support the development of more sustainable financing of the real economy.
The Bank will pursue five strategic priorities:
The Bank will continue to be primarily focused on delivering high quality projects that meet the key criteria of sound banking, additionality and transition impact, but we will also take a broader perspective and seek to influence the development of financial markets and contribute to financial stability.
A healthy, efficient and stable financial sector remains the cornerstone of a market economy.
Last updated 18 November 2010