Sectors and topics

Our key topics
Wheat field
The EBRD is the single biggest investor in this sector in much of our region.
Buildings in a rainy day

We are the region's single largest investor in private equity funds.

 
Urban scene at night

Financial institutions channel funds, promote savings, ease trade and establish acceptable standards.

 
Electric transmission power lines

Our team supports networks, platforms and other service providers in the ICT sector.

 
Open book

Our programme creates investor-friendly, transparent legal environments.

 
Technician working

Our work in this sector covers heavy / light industry and processing / production of goods.

 
Green coltivation

We seek to improve municipal services in our countries of operations.

 
Bridge construction in a river
The Bank finances a range of natural resources industries.
Nuclear power units

The EBRD assists in the safe treatment of waste and power plants.

 
Dam
Focus areas include transmission and distribution, safety upgrades and investing in renewables.
Builders working

The Bank is a key player in the property markets of eastern Europe.

 
Ferry transport system
The EBRD aims to build efficient, reliable and secure transport systems.

More key projects and initiatives

People walking in the street

The EBRD and the Financial Crisis

We played a critical role in helping the countries where we work respond to and plan a sustained recovery from the financial crisis.
 
Ukraine’s nuclear power plants

Ukraine Nuclear Safety Upgrade

We're supporting the upgrade of Ukraine’s nuclear power plants to bring operating reactors into line with international standards.
 
Stakeholders meeting

Vienna Initiative

We were one of the main founders of the the Vienna Initiative, which brings together public and private sector stakeholders from EU-based cross-border bank groups in the region.
Local urban scene

Early Transition Countries Initiative

The Early Transition Countries Initiative aims to stimulate economic activity in countries which still face the most significant transition challenges.

Economic Inclusion

We believe that economic inclusion is integral to development. If people are given a chance to succeed, they are more likely to join the workforce, pursue education or engage in other activities that lead to growth.
Fall of the Berlin Wall

The Fall of the Berlin Wall: 25 Years On

The 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 was commemorated throughout Europe, but especially in Central and Eastern Europe.