Mexico is a founding member of the EBRD with an 0.15 per cent share.
Mexico does not receive EBRD funding, but we encourage Mexican companies to apply for procurement and consultancy opportunities associated with our projects. Mexican banks also participate in the EBRD Trade Facilitation Programme as confirming banks and bank branches.
Mexico and the EBRD: at a glance
0.15% capital share
€60.3 million Mexican-EBRD investment
2 confirming banks with the Trade Facilition Programme
The value of joint Mexico-EBRD investment stood at €60.3 million as of October 2022. EBRD Finance accounted for €50 million, and Mexican investment accounted for €10.3 million.
The joint investment has been important across the EBRD’s region, particularly in Egypt. Broken down by industry, the joint investment has been in the industry, commerce and agribusiness sectors.
Mexican (two) banks also participate in the EBRD Trade Facilitation Programme as confirming banks and since inception, the TFP has supported 30 export and import transactions for Mexican companies for a total €1.25 million, for transactions which were initiated by banks in the EBRD countries of operation and confirmed by banks in both Mexico and abroad.
In 2021, entities from Mexico were awarded one procurement and consultancy contract worth around €8,000.