The EBRD at 30

The EBRD was created in April 1991 to 'foster the transition towards open market-oriented economies and to promote private and entrepreneurial initiative'.

Since then we have invested over €170 billion in more than 6,400 projects across three continents.

We are a climate finance leader and actively support Ukraine and other countries affected by the war there. We have also committed much of our recent activity to countering the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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We offer a wide range of financial instruments and other services, including business advice for SMEs, as well as policy advice.
 

EBRD Project finder

We're committed to transparency and disclosure in relation to our projects.

We publish documents and information about our projects which can be searched here.

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Our key work and priorities

EBRD 2022 Annual Meeting and Business Forum

This year's theme was ‘Responding to Challenges in a Turbulent World’.

The war on Ukraine

We have committed an initial €2 billion resilience package to help.

EBRD Green

We're a climate finance leader and aim to become a majority green bank by 2025.

The Paris Agreement

We support our countries’ contributions to the goals of the Paris Agreement.

Climate finance

We're scaling up what we do in the field of green finance.

Coronavirus pandemic

We're helping our regions recover from the economic impact of the pandemic

Transforming Chernobyl

We have managed the financing of work to safeguard and transform the Chernobyl site.

EBRD Literature Prize

The winner of the 2021 prize was The King of Warsaw by Szczepan Twardoch.

Economic inclusion

Economic inclusion is integral to achieving a transition towards sustainable market economies.

Road safety

We are working harder than ever to make roads safe for all. 

 

Infrastructure

Infrastructure spurs growth, creates jobs and enhances an economy’s competitiveness.

 

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Publications and reports

Explore the EBRD's latest corporate reports in both digital and print formats.