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Products and services

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) offers a range of products and services.

At a glance
We are not a retail bank and do not offer commercial products such as mortgages and bank accounts.
Our financial services are tailored to each client.
We operate in almost 40 economies across three continents.
Our operations span dozens of business sectors
We work only on projects that meet a strict and clear set of criteria

Financial Products

The EBRD offers financial products tailored to each client. Prospective clients have to demonstrate that their proposed project or business meets the minimum requirements to be eligible to be considered for EBRD involvement. 
EBRD financing for private sector projects generally ranges from $5 million to $250 million, in the form of loans or equity. The average EBRD investment is $25 million. Smaller projects may be financed through financial intermediaries or through special programmes for smaller direct investments in the less advanced countries.
The forms of direct financing we offer are:
We also support small and medium-sized enterprises via assistance through financial intermediaries.

Policy Reform Dialogue services

At the EBRD, the Vice President, Policy and Partnerships department is responsible for leading the coordination of strategies, policies and related initiatives supporting the Bank’s transition mandate. They are also responsible for the mobilisation and management of donor funds and for the oversight of the EBRD’s engagement with key external stakeholders and organisations.

Advisory services

We provide more than just finance. Under its Small Business Initiative, the EBRD also helps small and medium-sized businesses access the business advice they need to grow, succeed, then grow again, becoming genuine catalysts for their local economies and region.

This short film explains how the EBRD, founded in 1991, soon after the collapse of communism in Europe, is continuing to evolve more than 30 years on: addressing current crises and rising to the most pressing challenges of today and tomorrow.

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